By Eric Madden on Jul 26, 2022 in Commercial Construction, Security |
Decision makers in construction are surprised when we tell them that their industry is one of the top 4 most targeted by cyber criminals, right after healthcare, financial services, and technology firms.
Here’s how even small construction companies can protect their valuable data, including blueprints and schematics, customer billing information, invoicing data, supply chain information, building security information, and more.
By Eric Madden on Mar 25, 2022 in Commercial Construction, Security |
In response to these unique needs, a group of stakeholders from the standards community, IT industry, as well as leaders of the IoT and building control industries, have established a new organization to help standardize and improve upon how business secure their OC/IoT devices.
By Eric Madden on Mar 15, 2022 in Commercial Construction, Healthcare, Professional Services, Technical |
There are many MSPs out there, each with slightly different pricing models and offerings. We thought it’d be useful to outline each of those pricing strategies and explore why and how MSPs vary in their pricing, so that business owners in Ohio can navigate the MSP selection process with more confidence.
By Eric Madden on Jan 10, 2022 in Commercial Construction, Healthcare, Professional Services, Security |
Driven by the work from home trend, ransomware attacks surged by over 400% in 2021, causing insurers to scale back coverage, raise premiums, and requiring strict new standards to purchase coverage. What should Ohio businesses be doing to keep their cyber insurance policies? Let’s take a deep look.
By Anna Madden on May 21, 2020 in Commercial Construction |
The Commercial Construction industry has experienced striking growth in recent years. Technology has proven itself able to improve on operational processes by developing, refining and implementing smart sensors. Smart sensors are truly capable of changing the way commercial construction operates.
By Anna Madden on May 5, 2019 in Commercial Construction |
General contractors and the construction industry in general have long been able to postpone the inevitable move to integrating advanced technology into its daily operations. However, the days of fabricating advanced structures without so much as a wheel or pulley to assist are long gone. Over the years material advancement, labor organization, planning, technology and collaboration have taken the construction industry to where it is today: busy, profitable and ready to embrace today’s information technology.