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Why Hire a RCDD for you project?
The BICSI RCDD—A Professional Credential of Design Knowledge.
The Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD®) credential is awarded to individuals who have demonstrated knowledge in the design, integration and implementation of telecommunications and data communications transport systems and related infrastructure. The RCDD credential is achieved by passing a comprehensive exam based on BICSI’s world-renowned Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM). RCDDs must meet stringent continuing education requirements and continually increase their knowledge through frequent interaction with others in the information transport systems (ITS) community. An RCDD is uniquely positioned to create the detailed design of new systems and/or the integration of a design into an existing system. The RCDD credential is globally recognized within the ITS industry.
Clink the link below to learn more about the expertise and knowledge that a BICSI certified RCDD can bring to your project, in turn helping your project to become more successful.
Click the link: https://www.bicsi.org/pdf/rcdd/Why%20Hire%20a%20BICSI%20RCDD.pdf
Will the iPad truly change IT?
You have probably heard of the iPad by now. If not, welcome to Earth. The iPad has proven to be a game changer in personal technology devices, but has it truly been a revolution in changing the way IT staffs function and set policy? The following link is to an article that suggests that if it has not already begun that paradigm shift, it soon will. It details how most younger people entering the workplace expect to be able to use their own devices in the enterprise. It's worth a read.
Can Wi-Fi get more Ubiquitous?
Apparently, the answer to that question is a resounding yes. Click on the link below to read the GigaOm article that discusses the notion that Wi-Fi is far from it's saturation point.
Millennials, Technology and Staying Connected
Ever hear someone say that access to technology is becomming a generational expectation? Well, they were more right than you might realize. Check out this article on GigaOm that discusses the use of Wi-Fi technology in helping the younger set maintain relationships.
Why Connected Real Estate (CRE)?
The purpose, first and foremost, to create the Information Network is to create a collaborative, unified infrastructure aimed at cost recovery, reduced capital to build, greatly reduced operating expenses, and centralization of building management systems, resulting ultimately in lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). It happens to be a great benefit that the convergence and integration of all these building systems, including HVAC control, power metering, water monitoring, lighting control, access control, IP surveillance, digital signage networks (DSN), etc. has been facilitated by the emergence of open, standards-based Internet Protocol (IP) communication standards. This, in turn, allows the Information Network to realize the powerful potential to also provide tenant services, including Voice over IP (VoIP), high speed internet, Wi-Fi, physical security, and potential future IP Television services.
iconnect chosen to install CCTV for Square D
iconnect Starts Cabling for new Apple Store
Use Technologies Available Today as an Asset to Cut Costs
At a minimum, it's prudent to explore and discuss the possibilities.
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Buildings Running Wild?
According to Cisco's Ed Richards, without automation technologies, buildings - possibly including the one you work in - are just "running wild & free". As you can imagine, he talks about why this is a bad thing. Read the article by clicking the link below.
Sustainable Design / Structured Cabling System Concepts
In the effort to develop buildings that are environmentally responsible and sustainable for future generations, the contributions that technology design offers is often overlooked.