Is your building technologically obsolete? Are you paying too much for too little? Understanding what technology is available in a building is very important in the selection process of tenant space.
It is also important to current tenants who are contemplating a move to another building space. With all the properties available today, some should be avoided......Full article >>>
rection. Using these tools, an organization must determine:
What are the organizational goals in implementing a new technology?
What if the technology doesn't exceed the threshold of risk management is willing to undertake?
Does the technology maximize or minimize opportunities?
Does the technology maximize revenue streams or minimize losses?
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han emotion. Wherever possible, the chief information officer or any senior management executive should rely on a decision- making procedure instead of a subjective, hit or miss approach on evaluating and selecting a strategic direction.
Creating management yardsticks
The concept of assigning risk and complexity factors to applying technology is fairly new. The use of a f......Full article >>>
(JMB Property Management) was getting its money's worth on a $20 million retrofit back in 1986.
The whole concept was written up in various publications, including the Real Estate Review, and in 1988 in a chapter in the Intelligent Building Sourcebook (Prentice Hall), which was written by Johnson Controls. The chapter was entitled "Measuring a Building's IQ" and the test reviewed all th......Full article >>>
oughly answered before packing up and moving to a new space.
Just as the old real estate adage has changed from "location, location, location" to "location, location, connectivity," the need to have objective tools to take the guesswork out of selecting space has finally come of age.
Carlinism: Providing a yardstick where there isn't any is a huge step in trying to figure out a......Full article >>>
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