Just in time for Labor Day Weekend, travelers looking for a break, gas, food or Internet on Interstate 89 in Vermont just passed Exit 7 will now be able to stop at the new Vermont Travelers Service Center.
Back in April, the Connecticut state Senate unanimously approved, 35-0, a bill that would make the state the most Veteran-owned business friendly in the nation. The bill would give Veteran-owned businesses a 15 percent preference on bidding for state contracts. Fast forward to today, that bill has since passed into law and will take effect on October 1.
According to a recent FCC census from 2015, just over 15% of the state of Connecticut still lacks basic broadband access. If you look at each town in CT there appears to be access to the federal's basic standards for broadband: 25 Mbps when downloading and 3 Mbps when uploading. However, when you look at smaller geographic areas, the lack of broadband is revealed as shown by Jake Kara of TrendCT.org.
With more than 20 years in the advanced wired and wireless space, RESOLUTE Partners has engineered and deployed networks for federal and commercial clients across multiple industries with a focus on energy management, rural broadband, and guest Wi-Fi. Based on that experience, we have compiled a series of free downloadable resources to help with your wired and wireless needs:
RESOLUTE Partners, as part of the Harris and Four Points Technology team, has been selected to install Veteran and Guest Internet Access (VGIA) service to the Syracuse VA Medical Center campus. The service will be similar to that found in other healthcare facilities, as well as hotels and other venues. The team will provide the installation, maintenance, and VGIA services as required on floors of the facility.
Many places I speak with have problems with loitering on their property or business. Groups of young adults blocking entrances, being a disturbance or committing crimes. An effective method of combating this to use the Objects Loitering rule on the Avigilon analytical cameras in combination with monitoring and voice-down services.
The following was originally posted on LinkedIn by Field Operations Manager, Client Services at RESOLUTE Partners Christopher Reeves.
According to a recent report from Research and Markets, global energy management systems (EMS) for the healthcare sector is preparing to grow rapidly between 2016-2020, upwards of 10%. The report looks at reducing costs as the main driver for healthcare facilities to implement EMS functionality, especially as it's one of the most energy intensive facilities in any federal or commercial sectors. Not surprising, as these buildings must constantly be regulating hot and cold air and running patient devices and machines 24/7, 365 days a year.
Not long ago, we covered the news about hackers in the Ukraine attacking a power grid and leaving people in a specific region without power for hours. Well, it would seem that the Department of Energy is attacking itself in an effort to help prevent such a thing from happening in the United States.