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Smart, connected and dangerous: Assessing the impact of digital business on real estate

Download Dave Karpook’s article from the Corporate Real Estate Journal

The future of real estate business technologies take shape - or, rather, many shapes

Although most of today’s advancements in technologies did not have real estate or workplace applications in mind, they do have the potential to make enormous changes in the way professionals in those areas conduct their businesses, serve their clients and meet their obligations. Whether it be mobile applications that are used to book a hotel or a room, the creation of Bitcoin, the potential for a vending machine to reorder its own supply, or the possibility of smart elevators that is available at the exact time of need, the focus on key technological advances is affecting our lives in every aspect possible. Although the positives of these technologies appear obvious, risk does loom in the distance.

Planon’s David Karpook takes in this article the productive approach to this topic and weighs the benefits and dangers of this evolving landscapes and the effects that they have on the future of business real estate.

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This article originally ran in the The Corporate Real Estate Journal, a professional journal for corporate real estate executives.

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