Data collection and reporting is a common issue for small to large organizations. While it can be time-consuming, it’s also necessary to be thorough when assessing people, places, or things for quality and safety. Just this week the DC Metrorail closed for an entire day to conduct emergency safety inspections…
The data center where all of your confidential information is stored needs to be vetted properly. I sat down with our experienced IT team and came up with a list of 14 questions you need to ask your data center provider (or a potential provider) along with the answers you want to hear to ensure the highest level of security.
Our very own Chad Baker, Director of Business Development, joined John Gilroy on Federal News Radio 1500am. The segment Gilroy hosts is called Federal Tech Talk, a one hour deep dive on IT trends and challenges facing agencies in the federal government…
Workflow automation is a commonly used term in many industries and can function differently across the board. We are experienced in workflow automation for the benefit of accrediting organizations and similar industries involved heavily in compliance and regulation, so that’s what I’ll focus on for this article.
With the growing popularity of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and similar company-wide policies integrating mobile devices into the work day, a question arises about security. Often times, these devices are collecting confidential and sometimes sensitive information, especially when the data being collected involves compliance and regulatory measures.
Every company that proactively manages risk, safety, quality or compliance has a love/hate relationship with documents (mostly hate). Audits, assessments, incident reports, checklists, management reports, corrective action, the list goes on. These complex processes produce unprecedented paper trails leading to a stockpile of documents that need to be organized, stored and easily accessed.
As we enter 2016, we continue to see the growth of the Facilities Management (FM) industry. New technology, business practices, and shifts in the market are guiding FM organizations, leading to a higher expectation of service and offerings from businesses. The market for outsourced facilities management services is large and growing, estimated at more than $500 billion globally.
Below are our most popular blog posts of 2015. Now on to 2016, where we have a lot of great insights to share and exciting posts to reveal. If you have any topics you want to read about, let us know! Shoot us an email or give us a call (877-399-3891) – we want to hear from you!
I attended the Entrepreneur Expo in Linthicum Heights, MD this week. The event is a hub to promote, educate, and mentor local entrepreneurs in the Maryland area bringing them together with seasoned business professionals. The keynote speakers included Terry Virts, International Space Station Commander of Expedition 43 and Jennifer Fleiss, Co-Founder of Rent the Runway.
For about a year now, I have been conducting my daily work with a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and keyboard attachment. For the most part, I have treated this “tablet” exactly like I would a laptop, which is what much of the hype around these devices has been about. It wasn’t until recently, however, that I began treating this device like a tablet.