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Chris Wade was one of Walmart’s first data center facility managers.Read This » Wants vs. Needs: Successful Technology Selection and Implementation
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How can “The Simpsons” relate to the coronavirus pandemic? Hear me out. By now, maintenance and engineering managers nationwide know exactly how resilient their facilities are.Read This » Should You Give Tunable White LED Lighting a Shot?
Tunable white LED lighting has emerged as an exciting option for building owners and facility managers looking not only to minimize energy consumption but also optimize the utility of their lighting systems.Read This » 4 Coronavirus Strategies Facilities Managers Should Be Doing Now
(Click here for all of FacilitiesNet's coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.) The global coronavirus pandemic has already dramatically disrupted global businesses.Read This »