Moving to a new office can be arduous and take away from business objectives. The rush to be operational and back to business as normal can disrupt workplace technology. With so much to consider and account for in an office move, making sure the network is meeting business requirements can easily slip. Here are some
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In the latest episode of DisruptCRE Weekly, Charles Stucki has a conversation with Mariel Ebrahimi about how Join is using the network as a sensor and data buildings already have to create smart, secure, and healthy workplaces that can help tenants safely re-enter the office. Charles also discusses the ways Join is helping customers, businesses
We know this has been a tough time for everyone. We are all adjusting to this new normal as personal lives, professional work and isolation requirements collide under one roof. While Join can’t help with your work from home distractions, we can help you connect securely to your work. Get everything you need to secure
Charles Stucki, CMO at Join, talks about the insights behind providing a Converged Network as a Service to owners and tenants of Class A office space. Join’s Smart Building and Smart Workplaces delivers integrated security, ultrafast connectivity to the internet and public clouds, and the reliability and ease-of-use of a modern cloud service. Join accelerates
Travis Connors of Building Ventures discusses how Join is revolutionizing commercial office spaces by focusing on enabling great experiences for tenants to be able to connect and work instantly, while easily enabling new services that grow with their needs.
In our ongoing partnership with Boston Properties, CIO Jim Whalen shares his thoughts on what we’ve achieved together and the exciting new initiatives that are underway. See how Join deployed smart building wireless for Dock 72 in just under 3 weeks. Join successfully launched the Join Smart Building Cloud for Dock 72, a groundbreaking new
Karl May, the chief of Join Digital talks about the future of tech and real estate as it looks to him. Come enjoy this conversation about prop tech’s future.
Data is a critically valuable resource. Companies across industries are racing to develop or acquire technologies that will enable them to leverage information for product development and improvement. Innovative uses of data have led to breakthroughs in trend forecasting, and new data-driven technologies are enabling uses by businesses and consumer experiences once thought impossible. To
The Internet of Things (IoT) is finally living up to its hype. According to McKinsey, over 100 IoT devices are connected to the internet every second. Millions, even billions, of these are being placed in office buildings, helping owners and occupants monitor and manage everything from heating and cooling to lights and security. The benefits are
After successfully deploying high-performance wireless service to over 2,000 attendees at CREtech 2019 in Brooklyn’s Dock 72, Karl May, CEO of Join, talks with Michael Beckerman of CREtech about what it takes to provide a great wireless experience. See how Dock 72’s infrastructure, powered by Join’s Smart Building Cloud, enables a secure, high-capacity digital access
I was fortunate to attend Future in Review (FiRe) 2019 and join a panel discussion on Why IT isn’t ready for IIoT. FiRe is an annual conference that brings together scientists, technologists and other visionaries, executives or academics, to explore the future of technology and its impact on the world around us. To read the full blog, click