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Q4 2017: Project Management

Let’s face it: Nothing gets done without project management. We project manage our social calendars, our travel, our taxes. When it comes to really big things, like building a new 61-floor commercial office tower, or deploying a technology strategy across 28 global locations, you need multiple layers of project management. In this series of blog posts, we look at how IT project management can add efficiency to technology integration, keep teams happy through managed collaboration, and introduce practices that will keep your building operational, secure, and innovative into the future.

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TEECOM research saves hospital client $184,800 in hardware costs
Posted by Gil Lopez
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How a Unified Communications Solution Saved One Hospital $2 Million
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Buy or Build? Why TEECOM Created a Contact Management Tool In-House
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Taking Collaboration to the Cloud with Bluebeam Studio
Posted by Larry Anderson
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Why Isn’t the Audiovisual System Done Yet?
Posted by Ben Shemuel
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7 Signs Your Building Project Needs an IT Project Manager
Posted by Kenneth Webb Jr.

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  • TEECOM research saves hospital client $184,800 in hardware costs

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    Sometimes the most challenging aspect of technology design can be getting devices to play together nicely. Case in point: patients checking in to a recently built healthcare facility are provided with an iPad for the duration of their hospital stay. This iPad is pre-loaded with a customized patient schedule, prescribed educational materials (i.e. a smoking cessation … Read more

  • 20 Years of Innovation: A Timeline

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    At the end of our twentieth year, we’re taking a look back at the milestones that made us who we are. Join us on a TEECOM timeline tour from Moscone Convention Center West to New Parkland Hospital, from one employee to 88 engineers, designers, project managers, BIM specialists, software and hardware developers, and more.