Building Operations Weekly archive

Building Operations Weekly is published by email each week on Tuesday. It contains a summary of the news and events published that week to the Building Operations digital signage network. Below, organized by date in descending order, is the content of each week’s email newsletter since January 2015. Calendar events are not archived.

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Top Stories   RECOGNIZING THE BUSINESS SERVICES & INFORMATICS AND ASSET REPLACEMENT & IMPROVEMENT TEAM EVENT, THE STATEGIC PLAN IN ACTION! Thank you to everyone who contributed to and joined us at our Business Services and Informatics and Asset Replacement and Improvement combined Team event last Thursday. It was so great to get together and […]

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Top Stories LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT UBC RECEIVES 2019 CLEAN AIR AWARD FROM NATIONAL AIR FILTRATION ASSOCIATION Jason Wright receives the 2019  Clean Air Award from National Air Filtration Association On behalf of UBC Building Operations, Jason would like to thank the National Air Filtration Association for the 2019 Clean Air Award for our efforts in improving our […]

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Top Stories   REPORT ANY PHISHING E-MAIL MESSAGES RECEIVED TO SECURITY@UBC.CA UBC Cybersecurity has received reports of sextortion phishing messages being received at UBC this past weekend. The message includes a copy of an old username/email address combined with an old password, in order to make it more believable that the criminal actually has personal […]

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Top Stories   PLANON RETURNS TO UBC FOR FIT-GAP ANALYSIS Our Planon partners were back to campus last week to jointly evaluate the results of the July Accelerator Workshops. As a reminder, the Accelerator Workshops generated a list of questions and parking lot items which will be used to prioritize which Planon functionality will be deployed in Stream 1 and 2. […]

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Top Stories   Asset Stewardship PLANON UPDATE: GETTING DATA READY FOR PLANON EMMS is working with stakeholders to assess UBC’s existing and potential data sources which will be loaded into Planon. Today, UBC’s maintenance, inventory and assets (building and grounds) data is stored in PeopleSoft, Archibus (space), ArcGIS (location), Laserfiche (OEM manuals), VFA (architectural), Access (hazard […]

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