A Guide to Private Cloud Security

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With private cloud, IT can achieve virtually all the key benefits of the public cloud—such as resource pooling, self-service provisioning and elastic scalability—while asserting greater control over security, protection and compliance. Download this e-book to learn more.

ESG: Why Flash Storage for Hybrid IT?

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Finding the Best Set of Options as You Modernize Your IT Infrastructure

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Invest in the Right Flash Storage Solution – A Guide for the Savvy Tech Buyer (a.k.a. “Flash Buyer’s Guide”)

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16 key questions for buyers to ask flash storage vendors. Also includes data protection requirements for getting the most out of flash.

Categories: Storage, White Papers

Why Implementing Construction Productivity Software is Critical for Electrical Subcontractors

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Many Electrical Subcontractors still manage their work manually. Modern construction productivity tools solve the challenges a manual work environment creates and can yield a huge impact on how you operate as a business. Teams who leverage these tools spend less time on administrative tasks like keeping field workers up to date with new plans, issues,

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Connected, Anywhere. 8 Field Focused Challenges in Heavy Civil Construction And How to Overcome Them

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Weak technology in the field has historically limited improving how Heavy Civil and Infrastructure projects are approached. When field teams are unable to communicate and receive real-time feedback from engineers and designers, entire projects suffer. The ability to curtail costs and complete work within budget is key to managing the world’s growing infrastructure needs. In

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The Ultimate Guide to Project Closeout: How to Simplify Handoff in 7 Steps

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The final days of a project have a huge impact on your project’s overall profitability and success—projects are remembered not by how they start, but how they finish. If something goes wrong at the end, your “perfect” project can easily turn into an absolute nightmare. Yet managing closeout project is difficult. It takes careful planning

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Own Your Trade: The Subcontractor’s Guide to Taking Control of Project Collaboration

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As a subcontractor, you need to provide high quality, experienced tradespeople and excellent service. But that’s only a small portion of what you do. Your job is to meet productivity demands, stay on schedule and stay on budget. While other professionals balance those same responsibilities in the air for their own business, you have to

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7 Ways to Boost Productivity in Heavy Civil Construction

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The infrastructure across America is failing and needs updates and improvements. By 2025 an estimated $4.6 trillion will need to be spent on projects designed to enhance and improve our nation’s roads, bridges and ports. It’s no secret that heavy civil projects are often over budget and completed late. The ability to curtail costs and

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Construction Productivity Software Buyer’s Guide: How to Choose the Best Mobile Construction Apps for Your Company

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The right construction software is a must and will have a huge impact on the way your teams collaborate, how swiftly you complete projects and tasks and even the overall success of your project. But there are a lot of mobile construction apps out there. Which one is best for your business? This guide will

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How to Transition to a Paperless Construction Company

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Rework due to poor document control costs the U.S. construction industry $4.2 billion a year. And an inconsistent record set is a primary cause of rework, which negatively impacts construction productivity and the bottom line. Imagine being able to update an entire team’s sheets in real-time without having to wait for a new set to

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Construction Productivity 101: A Practical Guide to Increase Productivity in 7 Easy Steps

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While many factors contribute to construction project cost overruns, the primary factor is low productivity. In fact, construction is one of the few industries that is less productive now than it was 60 years ago. Low construction productivity costs the U.S. global economy $1.6 trillion a year. As costs from inefficiencies continue to soar, the

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