16 Experts Featured in Realcomm EDGE Magazine: Wells Fargo, Boxer Property, Georgia Tech, Oxford Properties and More
The COVID-19 crisis created an unprecedented disruption in workplace models, procedures and locations. Building owners have responded with remote-work technologies and processes in preparation for a future where working from home is more commonplace. Those reopening office space are implementing new health-safety measures to monitor employee, visitor and customer wellbeing.
The August 2020 issue of Realcomm EDGE magazine features 16 industry authors covering topics from COVID-19 strategy and response to intelligent buildings, cybersecurity, augmented reality and other transformational tech.
Effective Data Privacy: Improving Customer Trust in the COVID-19 Era
CohnReznick Principal, Cybersecurity and Privacy National Leader Shahryar Shaghaghi examines how building owners are responding to the pandemic, implementing remote-work technologies and preparing for a future where WFH will be commonplace.
Inside this issue
- Changi Airport: Singapore's Destination Location Within A Smart City
- Deploying a Smart Building Program During COVID-19
- Managing Buildings in the New Normal: Technology Plays Critical Role
- Privacy in Buildings: Is China Technology Showing Us the Future?
- Cloud Architecture Matters: Are You Future-Proof Ready?
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The Path Forward to Achieving Carbon Neutrality in the Built Environment Achieving operations that balance economic, social, and environmental goals is one of the major challenges the building industry is facing today.
Buildings of the Future Begin Today by Going Wireless First An office with no desk connections or actual telephones used to be unthinkable. But with today’s technology it’s not only possible but becoming a preferred method of planning a network.
CBRS in the Built Environment: Are We Ready? When the FCC announced the release of 150 MHz of spectrum to the wireless community, countless companies clamored to develop products, services and hardware to take advantage of a massive market disruption. Infrastructure providers, carriers, third party vendors, cable companies and savvy enterprises all saw an opportunity: lower latency, increased bandwidth, heightened security, and reduced capital expenditure.