Let's start with our new blog
In this blog we will report in the future on topics that are important in the everyday life of Facility Management and the network topology and with software for CAFM and Network Management be made easier, improved, cheaper and safer. That's exactly what a blog is perfect for, we think.
Blog is the abbreviation for Web-Log, which originally meant a diary on the Internet. A casual and personal format for capturing content. At any time. This framework allows us to post casually, to write more relaxed, to look at the world from a user's point of view, to engage in anecdotes and to discuss topics that are often neglected in prestigious magazines and online portals. If she ever picks up someone.
But I will not write alone.
We have a large number of specialists in the house who are involved in this blog project. So Thorsten Hillmer will soon polish up the cleaning and dr. Christof Duvenbeck to bring the topic of BIM in shape. Inventory, CAD, Operator responsibility, Data migration and Interfaces are also on the topics list, to network questions and of course tips and tricks for your daily work.
You guessed already: In the choice of topics, we draw from the rich fund of our now over 30 years of experience.
And also from the daily impulses that we get from the market and from you. If you still have the impression that a topic is missing, just contact me. Then we also add that to our list of topics! If you want, you can also contribute your own ideas to this blog - user experience is always interesting and the best guide for other users.
What are topics that move you?
I wrote above, in a blog we can post in a loose order. That is true, but we will make it more reliable: It is planned to put a new article online every month.
If we have written warm, we put on a 14-day clock. As a medium term goal. So I will not write long, but make room for the next post - the first technical contribution.
He is coming - soon 😉
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