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.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oakland, California, USA — TEECOM announced today that it has been ranked no. 81 by the San Francisco Business Times on the 26th annual Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Bay Area list, an exclusive ranking of the region’s 100 fastest growing private companies, one of the most important segments of the local economy. The … Read more
As a firm that engineers technology systems that directly impact our clients’ work lives, TEECOM is keenly aware that virtual collaboration is the future. Architects and engineers have been pursuing the dream of a paperless office with passion for a while now, but the industry’s processes around marking up building plans make this a challenge. About … Read more
Of all the challenges that we and our audiovisual services clients confront, project completion may be the most frustrating. It often seems that too much is unfinished, even as the moving van is on its way. Why does this happen, and what can we — all of the project stakeholders — do to minimize it? Late … Read more
Complex building projects incorporate diverse user requirements and need constant management to keep them moving forward. Information technology infrastructure and systems are an increasingly important, and increasingly complicated, part of the equation. IT deployment requires advance planning, milestone checks, a technical understanding of systems integration, and a knowledge of construction processes. When starting a project, it’s best … Read more