Onsite Communication Lincoln NE

Traditional communication devices can now link to offsite computers, for more and faster communication to and from jobsites in Lincoln. Many devices, from pagers and digital organizers to laptop computers, enable the swift, smooth flow of information over vast distances.

Windstream Communications
(402) 437-7200
401 S 21st St
Lincoln, NE
 
Nextel Communications
(402) 464-7464
4011 Jersey Cir
Lincoln, NE
 
Radio Shack
(402) 488-3247
4848 Van Dorn St
Lincoln, NE
 
Mojo Mobile
(402) 466-2448
3720 N 27th St
Lincoln, NE
 
Cable Guyz Communications Inc
(402) 742-4899
1901 SW 5th St
Lincoln, NE
 
Verizon Wireless By Z-Wireless
(402) 858-4703
5505 O St
Lincoln, NE
 
Cricket, O Street
(402) 465-5836
5141 O St
Lincoln, NE
 
Sc Kiosks Inc 01 7709
(402) 476-4044
4900 N 27th St
Lincoln, NE
 
Cellular One
(402) 466-8078
3511 N 72nd St
Lincoln, NE
 
Onelnk
(866) 334-1938
1701 Windhoek DR
Lincoln, NE
 

Onsite Communication

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Source: Masonry Construction
Publication date: August 1, 1998

By Elizabeth Keating

Traditional communication devices can now link to offsite computers, for more and faster communication to and from jobsites. Many devices, from pagers and digital organizers to laptop computers, enable the swift, smooth flow of information over vast distances.

The Internet is quickly becoming an important tool for managing construction projects. More companies are setting up Web sites that allow owners to look at up-to-date photos or see what's going on via a live Web Cam. Contractors can submit a request for information to an architect, who can respond quickly and can even attach a CAD drawing to illustrate the data.LAN technology and construction-project-specific software exchange project information without meetings, couriers or mail.

Onsite staff can use laptop or desktop computers to access this system. With an Internet version of this system, clients can read information on various projects: photographs of current progress, plans, three-dimensional drawings, even live camera views of jobsites -- anything that can be reduced to a binary file.

When Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) lines and Asymmetric Digital Subscriber (ADS) lines become more readily available throughout the nation, it will be possible to transfer information much more quickly. Onsite computers routinely transfer files such as payroll, time sheets and production information electronically.

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