Four Employee Engagement Elements You May Be Missing

Engagement is a buzz word that’s been circulating the HR industry the last few years.  It has been increasingly important especially as millennials, who have been referred to as the “Job-Hopping Generation,” are taking majority share of the workforce.  However, it’s not a topic relevant to only one generation – it’s important for everyone in […]

Why the FCC Needs to Update Its Definition of Broadband

In its 2015 Broadband Progress Report, the FCC updated its broadband definition to be 25 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload. Previously it defined broadband as being 4 Mbps down and 1 Mbps up. When it made this change, the percentage of American households without access to “broadband” went from 6% to about 19%. While […]

Georgia ITE Summer Seminar Recap

The Georgia Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers just completed its annual meeting (Summer Seminar) in St. Simons Island, GA. The four-day conference, held at the King and Prince Hotel, provides technical talks and workshops focusing on new and upcoming trends and policies in the industry. Each day was packed with activities from conference […]

The Benefits of a Student Co-Op Partnership

Last fall, Foresite Group began a partnership with Auburn University’s Cooperative Education Program. The program is set up to be a supplement to an undergraduate’s engineering education. Co-ops are different than interns in that they commit to three semesters with a company, alternating school and work for about two years. For example, I began my […]

The Fiber + Wireless Connection

I’ve spent most of my adult life working in the “wireless” industry. Lately, I’m seeing that a lot of people misunderstand what we mean by wireless. While the result of our work enables wireless devices to work, the term is a little misleading since there are actually many wires involved, especially fiber optic cables more […]