Has your EHS department entered the digital revolution?
Software systems and cloud solutions empower organizations to become more effective at managing their EHS programs. EHS professionals are starting to realize this, but it can be challenging to know which system is best for their workplace.
Technology has completely transformed the way companies are managing health and safety operations, especially when it comes to mobile management.
Technology companies and telecom providers embody the definition of efficiency. In today’s digital business world, efficiency is exactly what you’re selling. If you’re developing, say, new software, you know your customers won’t buy it unless it’s an improvement over what they already have. If you’re in the business of providing phone services, your clients likely aren’t interested in changing unless it cuts their phone bill, reduces overhead, or simplifies their call flow.
Advancements for private spacecraft are on the rise. Two separate companies, Boeing and SpaceX, are currently in the development stages of private spacecraft production.
A new study from Dodge Data & Analytics reveals the positive impacts of using technology on the job site. The study focuses on how these technologies can improve construction safety metrics.
As a technology solutions provider, health and security concerns to your equipment and users are paramount. But Trojan horses and malware shouldn’t be your only focus when it comes to maintaining a steady pulse in your organization. The people behind the machines are susceptible to health and safety hazards throughout your building, and keeping them safe should be a top priority.
With the brow-raising security breaches in politics and e-commerce the past couple years, the same question on many minds remains: How secure is my data?
It seems there’s an app for everything, including ways to manage your EHS and sustainability programs. But does a mobile solution really provide the best option for your company?
Sustainability is part of a smart EHS program, and it can mean great things for the bottom line. No company demonstrates these fundamental principles better than Cisco Systems.