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Why You Need AI and Analytics for Your Co-working Space

By Evan Williams on Jul 9, 2021 12:46:00 PM

The way America works is no longer a clear-cut image. Hazy at best, it’s an image of change, an evolving concept with health risk and safety measures at the focus.

As the number of new Covid-19 cases plummet and the number of vaccinated Americans rises, workplace options begin to emerge. The office is now a multi-definition destination.

For some of us, the office has been a repurposing of a spare bedroom or as simplified as the kitchen table. Set the alarm each night for 8:50 AM and still manage to make it to work on time, pajama-clad and coffee mug in hand.

Others have found a secluded park picnic table, a sidewalk cafe, or have capitalized on the free Wi-fi streaming out of the local McDonald’s. Laptops popping up everywhere.

We’ve adjusted, found our happy place, one where we’re content to perform our work duties while the world awaits the end of the pandemic.

Yet, survey after survey indicates that many of us miss our desk, our singular office space. Percentages as high as 70% of us desire to be back at our desk, at least for some of the workweek.

Employers have learned that employees can work from just about anywhere. How, then, can they make a compelling case for workers returning to the office? What assurances can they offer? And what of employee expectations?

Will socially distanced floor plans, temperature checks, reservation systems, and mandatory hygiene measures become the standard?

“Office Space Will Be The Next Frontier Post-Pandemic”

The heading above is the title of a May 31st, 2021 Forbes article by Warren Shoulberg. In it, he makes the observations:

“We know some people are going to go back to some offices. We know those office spaces will be different than they used to be. And we know the commercial real estate industry is facing one of its most serious challenges in modern history.

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How to Sell AI-Powered Video Analytics to a Skeptic

By Evan Williams on Jun 7, 2021 3:58:00 PM

Ever bought an electronic device or a battery-operated toy for the kids at The Dollar Store? Why not? And if you did, sorry, too bad. 

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Announcing the Survail + SCW Partnership!

By Matthew N on Jun 4, 2021 8:00:00 AM

We couldn’t be more excited to celebrate the launch of Survail and announce our partnership with SCW.

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Adding AI/Analytics to Your Video Surveillance System: Expectations Versus Reality

By Evan Williams on Jun 3, 2021 9:00:00 AM

During a period in which a worldwide pandemic has resulted in slowed economies, vacant downtowns, and empty streets, our ways of doing business have accelerated. Some estimate that twenty-year business cycles are now reduced to five years. Long-term business strategies are now expressed in months rather than years.

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Does Your Surveillance System Own You?

By Evan Williams on Jun 1, 2021 10:16:00 AM

VSaaS with a major twist


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The Top 3 Reasons AI-Powered Video Analytics is a Must in 2021

By Evan Williams on Jun 1, 2021 8:30:00 AM

AI-powered video analytics is a game-changer for any company that wants to upgrade its security system without purchasing all new equipment. In fact, 25% of companies already say their reaping the benefits of AI and analytics in 2021. This technology can help you save time and money by automating processes that might otherwise require manual intervention. In this blog post, we will discuss three reasons why AI-powered video analytic tools are the future of business intelligence and should be part of your investment strategy.

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How Active Surveillance Systems Can Prevent Business Crime

By Evan Williams on May 31, 2021 8:30:00 AM

All over the country, homeowners have started installing smart surveillance systems in their homes. These include intelligent cameras integrated with smart locking and other features they can control on their smartphone even when they're away. For commercial properties, businesses can benefit from a commercial-grade surveillance system. This innovation in technology uses AI and analytics to help detect and prevent business crime. This means the system can use human and vehicle detection, notice particular trends, and send these notifications to the user. These alerts enable companies to increase business security and find any areas for improvement in their systems.

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Why All Of Your Departments Need AI/Analytics

By Evan Williams on May 31, 2021 8:00:00 AM

The AI and analytics marriage delivers thriving offspring & giant change