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How to Identify Threats & Protect Vital Project Data

Written for CFMA Building Profits Magazine, By James Benham “According to the 2014 Construction Technology Report conducted by JBKnowledge, Inc., 72% of commercial contractors currently use a smartphone on a daily basis. 42% of those smartphones are personal devices used for work purposes. In the age of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), it’s surprising that 39.8% of personal devices used at […]

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The 2014 Construction Technology Report Survey is Now Open

The third annual Construction Technology Report Survey, powered by JBKnowledge in partnership with the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) and Texas A&M University’s Construction Science Department is now open. The survey will remain open until July 4, 2014. If you’re a professional in the commercial construction industry visit http://jbknowledge.com/survey today to take the five minute survey […]

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Is Construction Ready for a Dose of (Augmented) Reality?

Published in ENR Tech January 7, 2014 By James Benham   In 2008, I tested out an augmented reality mobile app called Nearest Tube that allowed me to use my smartphone camera to navigate my way to the nearest London Underground entrance without having to unfold a giant paper map and confirm my status as a […]

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Construction Technology:
 Making the Case for Integration by James Benham

Publish in Construction Business Owner January 1, 2014 Of the 700 construction professionals who participated in JBKnowledge’s 2013 Construction Technology Integration (CTI) Survey, 82.8 percent said that the integration of their software products is important to overall efficiency. So why is it that only 29 percent of those contractors say that more than two of […]

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