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Cloud Computing

Hello, and welcome to another Mass blog. Recently you may have noticed a tonal shift away from purely technical blogs talking about improvements in Archibus, to a more casual and open series of blogs about Archibus, Mass and our industry as a whole. Today’s blog continues that aim, and while I will circle back to Archibus, I wanted to talk today about cloud computing. read more
 

Web Central 24.1 : Grid Control 3.0

In this Blog, we cover the Web Central V.24.1 new grid control capabilities, ARCHIBUS Grid Control 3.0. Web Central's PM Planner (ab-pm-planner.axvw) uses this control. read more
 

Archibus Emergency Preparedness

This week I thought I would raise awareness of an application which perhaps our users are unaware of, or have not yet considered: Archibus Emergency Preparedness. read more
 

More on Archibus Workplace

This week I’m sharing more about Archibus Workplace. New in Archibus 24.1, Archibus Workplace aims to connect people to their spaces, using a web-based user interface that runs on many different devices: Kiosks, Tablets, Phones & Desktop read more
 

CAFM and Climate Change

We live in an ever-changing world with more and more challenges being faced by us as a species, and one of those challenges- one that arguably has the potential outcome of wiping us out as a species- is Climate Change. This probably sounds like a very catastrophic opening to a MASS blog but it’s a serious subject and not one that should be ignored. read more
 

Using Descriptive Fields instead of Codes

This week I’m back taking a good look at when best to use descriptive fields instead of code. read more


Cloud Computing 14/08/2019

Hello, and welcome to another Mass blog. Recently you may have noticed a tonal shift away from purely technical blogs talking about improvements in Archibus, to a more casual and open ser...
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