Monthly Archives: February 2010

Gone phishing … changing passwords isn’t enough.

I had started writing this piece yesterday on a train journey back from Leeds, and as phishing was mentioned on Radio4 this morning, including @subutchers ‘to the point’ tweet about password strengths being read out, I thought I had better … Continue reading

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Crumbling Universities graphic

via static.guim.co.uk I wonder how this compares with the Displayed Energy Certificates at these universities? Read the full story from the Guardian @jessshepherd1 here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2010/feb/16/condition-university-buildings-hefce

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#FacilitiesManagement Trends 2010

The Facilities Management market will continue to see a dramatic shift toward multi-service provision in 2010, according to a new market report from MTW Research, with clients following ‘flight to price’ procurement strategies to reduce costs. Themes include: Facilities Management … Continue reading

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Engineering a low carbon built environment … RAE Paper

Download now or preview on posterous Engineering_a_low_carbon_built_environment.pdf (1490 KB) We are at the start of a period when the application of building engineering physics will become one of the principal drivers in the construction of new buildings I need more … Continue reading

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