The internet is an informational super-highway, tethered to how business is conducted. But like any heavily-traveled road, it can also be a place fraught with danger. Just when companies think all is well and are cruising along without a worry, with anti-virus seatbelts securely fastened, they suddenly get slammed by a big rig with the words “cyber fraud” on the side. Continue »
Data Protection is Critical in the Age of Ransomware and Compliance Demands Four Data Availability Tips for Contractors
Working in the construction industry is complex and demanding. This is particularly true when it comes to data availability and protection. Continue »
Using everything from BIM software to mobile devices, workers in the field and managers in the office are sharing information with ease, but there’s a downside. More information connections can create more risk, especially if sensitive information is involved. Continue »
Selecting a cloud solutions provider takes more than a quick Google search. Here are eight questions to ask to make certain the provider is the right one. Continue »
Cloud computing is changing the game for today’s construction businesses. It’s revolutionizing productivity, saving time and empowering teams regardless of where they are working. Continue »
For construction business leaders, company data is very valuable and must be secured. Backing up data that is stored in desktop computers, notebooks, CDs/DVDs and flash media is essential. Taking additional precautions will provide peace of mind that data is safe and can be recovered if it gets corrupted.
Welcome to a special edition of Tech Trends showcasing the latest mobile apps and software for construction professionals.
From onsite punch lists, plan rooms, calendars and jobsite logging to technology for project management, collaboration, accounting and project leads, this special edition of Tech Trends features a dozen software solutions to help contractors manage their businesses more effectively, more efficiently and more profitability. Continue »
Every project a construction company undertakes generates an enormous amount of paperwork–from permits and blueprints to project records and tax records. If these documents are not dealt with properly, the volume of paperwork could quickly become impossible to manage. Continue »
The construction industry’s dependence on information technology (IT) systems continues to expand with the dramatic shift from document management to data management. With this reliance comes an increased vulnerability to business disruption. Continue »