It’s important to have a data backup and recovery plan in place. It ensures that your construction company will be able to return to normal operations in the event of significant data loss. But there’s a difference between getting back up and running and doing so in a way that minimizes downtime and maximizes the speed of recovery.
Construction companies are challenged by the need to back up and recover information for everyone from corporate office staff members to engineers and supervisors located in remote locations. All of your personnel need access to their information as quickly as possible. Files often range from moderate to enormous. Bottom line is – your data is complex and requires regular backups.
Disaster recovery plans require the ability to quickly recover larger files that operate on specialized applications, possibly with custom configurations. You need more than the ability to download from a backed up version. You also need to maintain the integrity of your data.
Here’s a guide to data backup and recovery specifically for construction companies with these needs.