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Technology Revitalization Guide Alleviates Concerns for Workplace Return

All of us would prefer that when the worst strikes—whether it be a natural disaster, pandemic or another affliction—our workplace and enterprise are resilient.

As we return to the workplace, there are steps to take to ensure that future disruptions are minimized. You have to start with a revitalization plan. Without a roadmap, success is not possible.

ESD’s Technology Revitalization Guide supplies our clients with recommendations for enacting what you need not just for reentry—but for the long haul.

ESD’s Technology Business Unit can help you navigate your technology decisions. Please reach out to Jeff Drenovsky, Technology Operations Director or Mo Fahim, Intelligent Building Technologies Practice Leader.

Click the button below for a downloadable copy of our Workplace Technology Revitalization Guide.

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