As we decide how we are going to fuel sustainable communities in the future, the fact is there is no single outright winner amongst the options.
Will Richards highlights three best workplace strategies to support talent attraction and retention in a post-Covid19 world.
Rodrigue Zbinden considers the recent increase in cloud adoption and how hosted security solutions can help to manage teams, facilities and operations.
One of the fastest growing sectors for global investment in the past few years has been technology designed to make buildings smarter and more sustainable.
Few could have predicted the disruption of the pandemic, which has left thousands of buildings across the country lying empty. How do we think about what comes next?
In the wake of Covid-19, organisations around the world are rethinking space utilisation, employee engagement and wellbeing, sustainability and the overall real estate portfolio.
Events of the last year have been instrumental in shaping consumer trends. The speed of change has been remarkable.
We talked exclusively to managing director Alistair Craig about this week's sale of Anabas to a French multi-services group.
Success with new technology requires buy-in from the very people who will be working with it.
I have worked in the energy sector for over 15 years. In all that time, I cannot recall when climate change, sustainability and energy were such hot topics of discussion.
The only constant in life is change. Managing an office building in the 18th century would look a lot different to a 21st century workplace.
2021 will, we hope, see offices reopening and employees returning with new views on how they want to work. Technology has a crucial role to play.
High staff attrition has been a painful fact of life for FM and cleaning businesses for many years. Technology can help.
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