Differing Job Roles Affect Construction Software Buying Decisions

Recently, Software Advice, a website dedicated to connecting organizations with the right software for them, wrote an article explaining why different users purchase construction software according to their job role. The article describes the reasons business owners, project managers, and IT managers want to purchase new construction software, hence why they reach out to Software […]

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Cyber Security for the Construction Industry

Engineering News Record By Tom Sawyer The evolution of cybercrime has executives on edge, particularly as construction increasingly uses electronic data and hosted services. ENR asked an array of vendors serving the industry how they assure customers their data is secure and their services will not become a vector for the next cyberattack. We received […]

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Subcontractor Prequalification Webinar: How, When, and Why The Top Contractors Do It

This webinar, hosted by Adam Denno from JBKnowledge, Inc. and Evan Sizemore from Lockton, discusses the qualification process contractors use when working with subcontractors to identify and manage the risk of their project partners. How the top contractors prequalify the subcontractors and manage risk is the first topic discussed and explained. The prequalification process has […]

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Bloomberg Brings Oculus Rift to Wall Street

JBKnowledge, Inc.’s February Tech of the Month focuses on the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset which gives users the ability to immerse themselves in a virtual world. However, the device is becoming more integrated into people’s everyday lives, and has found its way into the financial world in Bloomberg terminals. Bloomberg has been working on […]

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