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5 Steps for Increasing Marijuana Dispensary Security

Monday, June 05, 2017

After the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana, security became a primary concern for dispensaries, processing plants, and other facilities. Robberies occurred in states like Colorado and California, leading to calls for increased security for both premises and personnel.   Read More . . .


Network Infrastructure Solutions for Medical Marijuana Facilities

Monday, June 05, 2017

Since its inception, the medical marijuana industry has presented unique challenges. The licensing and permit procedures for establishing a medical marijuana facility are stringent in most states. Even the act of determining where a facility can be placed, which involves state authorities and city planning offices, is exceedingly difficult.   Read More . . .


Building Tomorrow's Education Facilities With Lasting Network Installations

Friday, May 26, 2017

Parents and educators agree that technology empowers teachers and students, both at the administrative level and within hands-on learning environments. As technology has gotten smaller and less expensive, more students are receiving access to the types of technology that will help them thrive in tomorrow’s work environments. K-12 schools and institutions of higher education have adopted various technological applications into their classrooms and back of ces. These adaptations make the working lives of educators more ef cient and education of students more innovative.   Read More . . .


The Benefits Of Choosing A Cabling Company For Healthcare IT Infrastructure

Friday, May 26, 2017

In recent years, healthcare professionals have voiced a specific set of needs and concerns that have arisen from the newly digitized healthcare environment. At the 2014 VAR Healthcare Summit, Dr. Seth Guterman, president of healthcare software company Empower Systems, said,“We need cost- effective, inexpensive products that can be easily integrated with our EHR systems.” Scott Farnsworth, corporate director of clinical systems development at Kindred Healthcare, claimed,“I had physicians come to me and say, ‘I don’t need you to make me better, I need you to make me faster’... the goal should be finding places – throughout the entire system, not just EHR – where they can be more efficient.”   Read More . . .


Build A Multi-Generational Technology Infrastructure For Your Healthcare Facility

Friday, May 26, 2017

Technology standardization has become an important focus for every business and organization, including healthcare organizations. Healthcare technology standardization is the practice of updating facility infrastructures and equipment to meet or exceed today’s standards. It’s also an effort to ensure systems within a facility work well together and can support incoming technology.   Read More . . .


Cabling And IT Solutions For Digital Signage Industry

Friday, May 26, 2017

New technology has always played a direct role in the way most industries function. Organization tools that were created for B2B businesses have become applicable in government offices and hospitals. Wireless technology that was originally designed to help people connect to the internet more easily has found its way into construction and surveying equipment, a component of the internet of things (IoT). Digital signage was conceived to aid businesses in their marketing and advertising efforts, but it has since become a mainstay in a variety of industries and is used in a wide range of applications, from information dissemination to way- finding and security.   Read More . . .


Standardize Your Healthcare Technology with a Communications Infrastructure Partner

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Information exchange systems are critical to healthcare delivery, but they have also given rise to a number of new issues. In various healthcare facilities, interoperability, or the ability of computer systems to communicate with one another, has become a top priority. Security, privacy, and efficient data management have also become crucial to the development of the modern healthcare system.    Read More . . .


Healthcare Facilities Need Bi-Directional Amplifiers for Public Safety

Thursday, May 11, 2017

First responder bi-directional amplifiers (BDAs) are essential components of a building safety infrastructure. These types of Bi-directional amplifiers are not to be confused with the kinds that enhance cell phone reception in a facility. First responder BDAs are built for emergency communications. As such, they are designed to operate under duress and in extreme conditions, such as extreme heat or total power loss.   Read More . . .


Why Higher Education Facilities Need Sustainable Cabling Networks

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Most modern colleges and universities have already deployed structured cabling in their facilities. Standards for structured cabling are being updated year after year, however. In order to support the needs of tomorrow’s students, higher education facilities need sustainable cabling networks that are still viable after several years. They also need a roadmap for growth and expansion, as demand for bandwidth continues to increase.    Read More . . .


How to Build a Technology Driven Classroom

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Today’s educational institutions have set overarching goals for incorporating more technology into their classrooms. The educational network is already underway. Grade schools and high schools, in particular, have been increasing their adoption of in-class technology because of the clear association between digital tools and student success. In 2015, 84.3% of K-12 schools had high-speed internet and 98% of schools had one or more computers in each classroom. In coming years, educators will attempt to make every classroom tech-centric so they can bridge the gap between each student and the technology they need to succeed.   Read More . . .



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