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The Maintenance Round-Up

Maintenance Management Round-Up

The Maintenance Round-Up: a one-stop source for facility and maintenance news. This time we cover Campus Layout, Remote Monitoring, Reactive Work Management.

Campus Layout Can Help Mitigate Threats, But Good Security Plan Needed – FacilitiesNet

There are a number of security threats unique to the education industry. FacilitiesNet takes a look at some general things to think about when developing a security plan for your campus.

Remote monitoring technologies lower costs, improve operations – Plant Engineering

Remote monitoring is a concept that’s been around for awhile, but is only becoming truly feasible with the advent of wireless networks and cellular technology. This great write-up encapsulates the state of the technology as it exists today. Does your organization make use of remote monitoring?

Stop reactive work management practices – Plant Services

This article by Plant Services depicts the application of a new CMMS solution from the end-users perspective. Without a smart work management process (one that is proactive rather than reactive), organizations may struggle to make use of the time-saving potential of a CMMS.

Facility Maintenance Software: Finding The Right CMMS Solution – FacilitiesNet

For all our readers still looking for a CMMS solution, this post from FacilitiesNet still rings true. “Effective facility maintenance is actually a process rather than a piece of software. Ideally, this process drives the selection of software, and the software is specified and implemented to fit the process.”

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