What construction companies need to know about the cloud
The cloud can transform the way construction companies, subcontractors and their partners interact not only with each other but also with their workers on jobsites. Capable of serving as both storage and sync point, the cloud makes possible the seamless transfer of information, which is efficient and effective for contractors that have projects and crews in multiple locations.
In the content below, we spotlight why cloud-based technologies can be a productivity boon for the construction industry. Contractors might think using the cloud is expensive, complicated and exclusively geared toward large firms, but cloud-based applications allow construction companies of all sizes to compete on equal footing.
Here are four stories that outline the benefits, challenges and trends of the cloud, and one about why data center construction is a hot segment.
Accessing on-demand data from anywhere via the internet can help small construction companies compete with their larger counterparts. Read More »
Contractors' field equipment is generating a lot of data that can be used to streamline inefficiencies, if organizations have a way to harness, access and interpret the information. Read More »
Contractors are trading fax machines and overnight couriers for real-time communication technology, raising new questions about access and security. Read More »
As the number of our connected devices increases, the need for more infrastructure supporting them is only going to grow. Read More »
Here are the leading cloud-related trends that contractors need to know about. Read More »