May 16, 2016 3:37:42 PM

4 Signs your Construction Company Technology is Still Outdated

4 Signs your Construction Company Technology is Still Outdated

It’s 2016, but when you walk onto most residential and some commercial construction sites, you still see hand-drawn sketches and paper galore. With construction technology innovating to encompass more mobility and cloud and new business software available to help streamline the construction process - there’s no reason that your organization shouldn’t be innovating. Think you’re doing okay with regard to your construction technology? Here are some signs that your construction company technology is still outdated:

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Dec 21, 2015 9:10:50 AM

Construction Technology Trends for 2016

Construction Technology Trends for 2016

While the construction industry may have taken a bit of a hit in 2008 and 2009, the industry has rebounded in a truly short period of time. Now that contractors and builders have settled into a certain level of comfort with their growth, 2016 is going to be a year of true innovation and application of technology to improve the customer and employee experience. In the past, we’ve done trends articles for construction trends in 2014 and 2015. While the majority of those predictions can still apply to the changing technology landscape in 2016, as the owner or manager of a construction organization – you want to know what’s next. If you’re looking for guidance on where technology for construction companies is going in 2016, look no further. Here are some of our predictions for how construction technology trends in 2016 are going to evolve:

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Jun 16, 2015 10:05:00 AM

6 Construction Technology Trends for 2015

6 Construction Technology Trends for 2015

The most popular blog that we’ve ever released is our 2014 Trends in Construction Technology article. Last year we focused heavy on the mobile devices, BYOD, how feedback would drive design and how green building was going to evolve.  But how has technology changed over the last year? What’s different? What’s cutting edge? While the cloud is still a massive focus in this industry, the discussion is changing slightly.

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May 28, 2015 2:15:43 PM

5 Ways Construction Employees are Compromising IT Security

5 Ways Construction Employees are Compromising IT Security

In the construction industry – there are a lot of moving pieces. Literally. From traveling executives to sales staff, project managers and superintendents moving from job site to job site, it’s no wonder that construction companies are behind the curve with regard to technology. Intermingling BYOD and company-issued devices with employees who are contractors or constantly on the road traveling and it has the potential to be an IT security nightmare. Across the nation and the globe, construction employees are looking for better ways to connect with the office and along the way they’re opening up massive security holes. Here are a few common ways that construction employees are compromising IT security and what you can do you protect your organization. 

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