With IoT devices becoming mainstream in smart buildings is your connectivity infrastructure set up to meet your occupiers’ new needs?
Read on to find out how Backbone Connect can help.
Backbone Connect's Connected Buildings model provides state-of-the-art connectivity for multi-tenant smart buildings, business parks and industrial estates.
We've designed our Smart Building Connectivity solution to solve your challenges as a landlord or building owner, and help you meet your tenants’ changing needs. We provide resilient digital infrastructure within commercial property assets and provide long-term IT support for tenants, helping landlords to differentiate their buildings and occupiers to work efficiently.
Our latest research shows that 84% of tenants want landlords to to help them improve well-being and security by installing smart tech in commercial buildings.
With the rise of hybrid working and the increasing importance of flexible and sustainable smart workspaces, the world of work is rapidly evolving – and so are tenants’ needs.
Our ‘Connecting the Dots’ report is essential reading for office landlords. Based on our survey of UK occupiers, it’s packed with insights about tenants’ changing priorities particularly related to smart workspaces.
With cyber attacks on the rise, and IoT devices flooding smart buildings, it's time to understand the risks.
Consume fewer resources, create less landfill and support your tenants’ agenda.
Anticipate their needs, reduce tenant churn, and cut your costs and hassles.
Give tenants future-proof technology built for today’s connected workforce.
Meet your tenants’ changing needs and deliver the flexibility they demand.
Eliminate disruption, avoid rent-free periods and radically reduce move-in times.
Our Smart Building Cyber Risk Assessment is a 360-degree review of your physical environments, hardware and IoT, platforms and data, and partners. From the assessment, you’ll:
• Pin point smart building weaknesses
• Reduce the threat of cyber attacks
• Protect your reputation, investors, and occupiers.