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As a construction company, it can be difficult to find and retain qualified contractors and it has only become harder with the recent industry labor shortage. So, you have probably already asked, “how do I find these workers?”, “how do I attract them to my company?”, or “once they are hired, how do ...

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Join co-founder John Simion as he interviews Julie Toland, a construction project manager, about the benefits and use-cases of digital identity for construction sites.

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Every industry has a set of regulations that individuals and organizations need to follow or face penalty charges. This is especially important for organizations that handle sensitive information. If a security breach occurs and sensitive information gets stolen, that organization can be held legall ...

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Mobile devices communicate information and maintain compliance with important industry and government standards and regulations. 97% of organizations lack mobile device protection solutions that prevent data loss and sensitive information from being taken from a lost or stolen device. While mobile ...

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Compliance can mean many things to many people. Teachers train compliance from their students, while governments demand it from their citizens. Companies have entire departments dedicated to handling it. Merriam-Webster defines compliance as “conformity in fulfilling official requirements”. Const ...

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Construction sites, by their very nature, can invite access control breaches. Located in accessible public places, utilizing open floor plans, loaded with valuable materials and tools, and attracting attention with their size and noise, construction sites are a burglar’s dream.

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At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a lot of uncertainty. As time went on, many regulations and mandates were set in place to keep everyone safe and avoid exposure to the virus. The construction industry was hit especially hard, as so many workers must be on-site and in close contac ...

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It goes without saying that the current pandemic, and the resulting public and private policies that were enacted to deal with it, has disrupted and transformed every aspect of work in the past two years. As workplaces shuttered, production slowed, and workforces struggled to cope with new realities ...