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Microsoft to close its physical retail locations

Microsoft recently announced it will close all of its physical store locations as part of, “ a strategic change in its retail operations.” The...

Will workers fleeing big cities stay away forever? Or just until they get bored?

Many companies are embracing a work from home strategy and not forcing workers to return to the office for the foreseeable future may face...

How will evictions, lease litigation work amid the Pandemic?

Minnesota’s Mall of America missed another payment on its $1.4 billion mortgage, Bloomberg reports. The missed payment put the mall more than 60 days...

Innovating to Improve Tomorrow

Disruptive innovation is often heralded in response to untoward events such as disasters and catastrophes. Prime cases include changes in shipbuilding and seafaring...

FCC bidder list for upcoming CBRS auction

Last week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released the list of interested parties for the upcoming Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) auction. The auction,...

Measures CRE owners can take to make their buildings safe again

Financial recovery won’t be businesses’ only concern when they begin to reopen after the COVID-19 pandemic. They’ll also be tasked with making customers feel...

Co-working companies create joint safety council to fight industry threat

Count co-working companies among the many that have made major adjustments to survive amid the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 20 of world’s largest co-working...

Five reasons why the office is here to stay

Some of the changes made during the COVID-19 pandemic are probably going to remain in place, even when the virus subsides. One of those...

Is the AI hype beginning to fade?

The current COVID-19 pandemic has made a lot of businesses rethink what they need to operate—and what they don’t. Surprisingly, artificial intelligence (AI) might...

Corporate office space expected to decrease post Pandemic

Life won’t be the same in a lot of ways as people transition back to their pre-COVID-19 lives—one big difference could be how much,...
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Part 2 of the Connected Virtual Tech Event Runs July 22-23rd

The second event in the Connected Virtual Tech Event series has sold all of its exhibitor booths and sponsorships and is now moving to...

Former Apple CEO: Now is NOT the time to stop branding efforts

The easiest thing to do in a business downturn is to pull back on your branding and marketing. Don’t do it says John Sculley...

Telecom’s Glorious Past and Present

Telecommunications – the art of communications at a distance – is arguably one of the greatest contributors to the advancement of human civilization. ...

FCC approval puts Amdocs among CBRS SAS administrators

Software and services vendor Amdocs has been approved as a Spectrum Access System (SAS) administrator for the CBRS private network ecosystem. A SAS...

Boston Properties collects 98% of office rents, closes $300M of asset sales

Company also shares building repopulation plans across property regions. Boston Properties, Inc., a U.S. Class A office properties owner, developer and manager, announced this week...

FCC Designates Huawei and ZTE as national security threats

The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau formally designated manufacturers Huawei Technologies Company and ZTE Corporation as national security threats....

Microsoft to close its physical retail locations

Microsoft recently announced it will close all of its physical store locations as part of, “ a strategic change in its retail operations.” The...

NB-IOT and LTE-M – Understanding the Nuances for CRE Application Considerations

As the Internet-of-Things (IoT) continues to connect people, space and things at a massive scale, two standards in the world of licensed spectrum, LTE-M...