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Digital operations are the future of business. Companies that embrace this change will be better poised to succeed as the business world continues to shift.
The 2000s Colonial in a cul-de-sac development within Andover Country Club was home to a large family with five grown children, and the homeowners wanted something for everyone: a pool and areas for sunning around it, a firepit, a place to hang out near the basketball hoop, and lounge areas on the deck and by the basement walkout.
Meet the Canadian Researcher Helping Solidify Edmonton as a Global Hub for Artificial Intelligence
Edmonton, Canada has become a leading global hub in technology, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. Alona Fyshe, a professor at the University of Alberta and a researcher in the artificial intelligence field, shares what makes the city a world-class destination for tech innovation and events that bring the industry together.
By offering logistical assistance, technical resources, and teams of volunteers, Amazon is committed to providing post-disaster relief in areas where customers and employees live and work.
In an industry infamous for delays and cost overruns, operational challenges are finally being addressed through connected construction technology that unifies project elements, automates processes, and enables more streamlined functioning. This type of full-surround connectivity is poised to transform the industry.
How restoring the forests of Mauna Kea is essential to the continued survival of Hawaiian songbirds
Energy technology and services company Stem was looking for a way to provide accurate tariff data via a streamlined API. Using Arcadia's platform and tools, Stem has decreased staff time spent on manual updates and analysis, and has been able to enter new markets far more quickly.
Let’s look at some of the ways the pandemic has changed how VCs manage their network of business contacts and, more importantly, how VC firms can best use technology to continue—and even accelerate—effective dealmaking in our no-longer-so-new pandemic reality.
Project management software can streamline your team's workflow—or it can bog you down by adding time to simple tasks. How can you tell which of the many tools out there will do the trick for your team?
A proposal from the Biden administration to spend trillions of dollars on infrastructure would create millions of jobs. That’s welcome news for the economy, but for construction and transportation — the industries that would gain the bulk of the jobs — it could also be reason for concern.
When interior designer Lynn Makiej recognized the many great features of the brown room that could be transformed with relatively minor tweaks to create an all-new feel in the space. Changes to things like the color of the cabinetry, the wear on the floor, and the height of the island could be altered to bring new life and light to a well-loved room.
Most of the conversation about labor shortages and wage growth has related to full-time workers and wages. As a firm that companies turn to for contract-based help from consultants, we wondered: Are consulting rates also increasing as a result of inflationary pressures?
Helpful tips for the small business owner to survive a bear market, rising inflation and a possible recession.
For companies that haven’t yet pursued digitization, now is the time to do so. Adopting digital technology across your CIP organization will improve your productivity, transparency and outcomes. It will help you be ready to scale up to handle the massive increases in project loads that are coming your way in the near future. And it will help your teams handle remote work and boost transparency in how funds are appropriated.