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
Perspectives and Insights from the Join Team
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
The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to be a high growth industry, predicted to reach 20 billion connected IoT devices by 2020. It’s impact on how we work and live is already significant, as are the challenges IoT presents to most IT professionals. To read the full blog, click here
A modern office knows when we enter the building, walk its hallways, eat in its cafe, meet with our colleagues, and even work alone at our desks. Is that something we should worry about? It raises issues that office employees should be thinking about, for sure. But owners of commercial real estate need to get
The concept of flex workspace started over 35 years ago. It began with companies sending employees home to work while being connected with basic e-mail and telecommunications. Fast forward to today and the flexible workplace topic is on everyone’s mind. The kitchen table, home office, coffee shop, hotel lobby, airport as well as numerous co-working
Presenting at Realcomm 2019 in Nashville, Karl May, CEO of Join, talks about the growing cybersecurity attacks that corporate networks are facing and the risks they pose for enterprises, commercial properties, and coworking spaces. Karl talks about Join’s approach to mitigating these risks through a secure private cloud, built with a Zero Trust™ architecture.
Interview – Disrupting the Legacy Approach to Delivering Digital Services, Presented by Connected Real Estate Magazine
Malcolm Hobbs, VP of Marketing and Market Development at Join, discusses with Rich Berliner of Connected Real Estate Magazine how Join is disrupting the legacy approach to delivering digital services and IT infrastructure to commercial office buildings and flexible workspaces.
Watch as Join’s VP of Marketing and Market Development, Malcolm Hobbs, discusses the current challenges and technology solutions that are helping landlords secure their property and mitigate risk with Sean Nealon of Brookfield Properties, and Dipesh Shah of NR Consulting.
Anne Hardy, Chief Security Officer at Join speaks with Jaime Russo at Everything Coworking to discuss cybersecurity issues in flexible offices. She shares the basics on physical security and cybersecurity responsibilities for flexible office operators. Learn how enterprise members of coworking spaces, such as corporate employees and funded tech startups, have non-negotiable requirements for security
Join’s Chief Security Officer, Anne Hardy, discusses the state of cybersecurity in the commercial real estate market with James Whalen of Boston Properties and Robert Entin of Vornado Realty Trust. Watch as we discuss the current challenges and technology solutions that are helping landlords secure their property and mitigate risk.