It’s no surprise that data creation is rapidly growing, but did you know that we’ve actually created 90% of the world’s data in just the last two years alone? With that kind of growth rate, it’s no wonder that traditional file servers are having trouble handling these massive data sets. To compound the issue, as businesses create and share more data, it’s at greater risk of being stolen, ransomed or misused.
Murphy’s Law (“Anything that can go wrong will go wrong”) hangs over every jobsite like a dark cloud. When you’re dealing with massive construction projects being overseen by scores of project managers and swarms of subcontractors—all of whom are dealing with highly intricate details and a deluge of documents—the opportunities for snafus to rear their ugly little heads are in no short supply.
The explosion of unstructured content is undeniable, and this growth is being fueled by businesses. The files that keep the wheels of business turning — documents, spreadsheets, images, PDFs — double in volume every 1-2 years. As unstructured content becomes more integral to business gets done, its value grows too. As it goes with anything of value, it becomes highly coveted, even to the point that others try to steal it. So what is a business to do?
The world enabled by 5G is on the horizon. AT&T and Verizon have already started rolling out their 5G networks, using a combination of new and existing technologies, such as WiFi, LTE, etc. These 5G networks promise speeds north of 10Gbps, which means they are capable of delivering an online experience that is at least 1000 times faster than what we are used to today, with 4G.
Collaboration is the lifeblood of business. It is how we facilitate information flow between individuals and teams, it has a direct impact on productivity, and at the end of the day, it dictates the success of businesses as a whole. In the modern day business environment we have all become hyper-focused on speed, i.e. how do we get our work done as quickly as possible?
When it comes to sorting through project information, most construction professionals waste more time than you think searching for the right data. In fact, it eats up around 5.5 hours a week on average, according to a recent study by FMI.
Egnyte Protect relies heavily on Machine Learning technology to defend you against insider attacks. Powered by the Google Document Understanding AI which was just announced at Google Next 2019 – our advanced insider attack detection identifies access anomalies that could potentially be a data leakage.
Picture this. You are a young and thriving architecture and engineering firm with over 160 employees in 13 offices across the US. You handle national rollouts for some of the most recognizable restaurants, big box chain retail stores, banks, and grocery stores.