Smart buildings have gained the attention of real-estate and facilities management leaders under pressure to reduce operational cost, meet sustainability goals and improve the employee experience. CIOs can use this research to plan how to work with their colleagues to achieve all three.
Impacts and Recommendations
- Rapid adoption of IoT business solutions in smart buildings is forcing CIOs to grapple with chaotic growth and diversity
- Decentralized, real-time data generated by IoT business solutions in smart buildings is forcing CIOs to deal with greater integration complexity
- Creating smart buildings equipped with IoT technologies that improve the employee experience is requiring CIOs and facilities managers to forge new, mutually beneficial working relationships
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