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Back for good

As lockdown eases and people travel back into the office, Leanne Beeken, Head of Business Communications Technology at Remark Group looks at the range of technologies available to support worker wellbeing With the roadmap out of lockdown underway, reassuring occupants ...

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Preserving the past

The installation of technology which enables the live real-time monitoring of an historic building could revolutionise how we protect and preserve heritage sites finds Sara Bean During the pandemic one of the most longed for aspects of normal life has ...

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Reconomy celebrates prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Outsourced resource management and environmental services provider, Reconomy, has been awarded a highly prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise for demonstrating excellence in the field of innovation. Now in its 55th year, the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise recognise outstanding achievement by ...

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The wheel’s turning

Ann Clarke, Director of The Future Workplace at nationwide workplace consultancy and interior design business Claremont, suggests the Hub and Spoke office could be the future of the workplace Just over a year ago – the world wondered if the ...

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United front

As workplaces reopen, front of house teams will play a huge role in guiding building users through adaptation to the ‘new normal’. Amanda Baber, Director of Business Development at Portico, addresses how this can be done in a way that ...

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Real estate revolution

Corporate Real Estate is going through something of a revolution at the moment as the impact of COVID-19 accelerates trends in health and wellbeing, hybrid working, and the use of technology to improve space utilisation. FMJ reports The long-term effects ...

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Employee buy-in crucial to digital transformation success

Facilities management businesses are failing to keep their workforce at the heart of their digital transformations, leading to employee dissatisfaction and hindering the success of digitalisation initiatives, new research has found. According to the Connected Enterprise report, produced by digital ...

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Data intelligence

Rebecca Salvatore reports on how TC Facilities Management’s collaboration with Datore to create business intelligence dashboards and provide advanced analytics has helped TCFM support colleagues, manage the COVID-19 pandemic and become the trusted partner of choice for clients According to ...

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Mace overhauls business strategy to set out a clear vision of a more sustainable, and inclusive business model

Mace has launched its 2026 Business Strategy which sets out a radical vision of a more sustainable, more inclusive and more innovative built environment, with purpose at its heart. Alongside this the business has set itself ambitious new growth targets ...

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FM is undergoing a dramatic transformation with regards to AR adoption

A new report providing insights into the current and expected use of augmented reality (AR) within corporate, retail, healthcare and other types of professional facilities has been published by AI and computer vision company, Resonai. The report ‘2021 State of ...

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