The Collision of Technology and CRE

by CoyDavidson on November 23, 2011

The CoreNet Global Summit was held in Atlanta earlier this month. My friend Ken Ashley sits down with Jim Young, the CEO of RealComm to discuss the latest trends in technology as it relates to corporate real estate.

I found Jim Young’s comments regarding social technologies interesting, as he emphasized the challenge of filtering through the noise level of social networks. His view supported my assertion of a trend towards better content filters and the importance of vetted data will grow as people realize that managing their information streams requires streamlining to only the most impactful and relevant.

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