Getting the Most from Facilities Management and Asset Management in the Digital Age

Getting the Most from Facilities Management and Asset Management in the Digital Age

James Dunnett, IT Director, EMCOR UK, discusses how the exponential growth of digital data is enabling opportunities for Facilities Management professionals to provide critical added value for public and private sector clients, and why separating the wheat from the chaff is even more important now than ever. Digital data is expanding at an exponential rate and shows no signs of slowing down. Every two days as much information is created as there was produced from…

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Putting Furniture Poverty to Bed

Putting Furniture Poverty to Bed

Nick Oettinger, managing director at R&R Beds, comments on the rise of furniture poverty in the UK and why the public sector needs to do more to help families in need of basic household furniture. Getting home at the end of a long day and getting into bed for a well-earned rest – just one of the everyday activities not always possible for the 14 million UK families unable to afford one or more basic…

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Why It’s Time to Centralise Public Sector Technology

Why It’s Time to Centralise Public Sector Technology

Mark Hall, public sector director at Redcentric The UK is in a time of political change effecting businesses and citizens, which is why it has never been more important for public services to provide a seamless and secure experience. Collaboration within the sector is essential for creating an efficient public service. Despite this, many local and central government departments are currently operating on siloed systems which hinder communication. The public sector has a history of…

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