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Murphy’s Law (“Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong”) sometimes hangs over a jobsite like a dark cloud. When dealing with projects being overseen by scores of project managers and swarms of specialty contractors—all of whom are dealing with highly intricate details and a deluge of documents—the opportunities for snafus are in no short supply.

To solve this problem, Egnyte has created an agnostic common data environment. It ensures speed, accuracy and security when accessing and sharing all file types, both on the jobsite and back in the office. Unlike consumer-based and proprietary file sharing solutions, Egnyte has the tools needed to avoid data silos, which can cause cracks in the efficiency foundation of projects.

Reliability, flexibility and full visibility are at the heart of Egnyte’s content platform. It’s designed to provide all the necessary functions to enable projects to be completed on-time and on-budget. Here’s how:

  • Accessing and sharing up-to-the-minute images, documents, costs, schedules and even BIM data via electronic project rooms, no matter the data size or remoteness of the location.
  • Caching project files to a storage device on the jobsite to overcome inconsistent connectivity so everyone has access to the latest information.
  • Applying automatic, project-based retention policies to folders that can be customized based on contractual and regulatory requirements.
  • Keep sensitive project data safe with customizable privacy settings, compliance controls and behavioral analytics.

To learn more, visit egnyte.com/constructionexecutive

Product Highlights
  • Cloud-first collaboration
  • Up-to-the-minute file sharing, no matter the location
  • Background file syncing
  • All files in a single, safe and secure environment

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