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Nittygritty launches IRONfile, providing 12 year back-up storage retention for architects

 

Nittygritty is excited to announce its involvement with Digital Construction Week 2017 (DCW) - Nittygritty.net will be launching IRONfile,  and showcasing its core capabilities,  IT, BIM, Apps for digital construction and design companies,  at stand E47.  

IRONfile, a new cloud back-up solution provides 12 year storage for Architects and Construction professionals responsible for data retention compliance.   IRONfile’s cloud based data back-up is accessible from anywhere, anytime.  Designed for our clients in architecture and construction but usable by any industry and cost effectively manages historical and current data so client costs are drastically reduced over time.  IRONfile provides version control and access, user permission levels, and data is archived and searchable.

At the TechStage on Oct. 19th, at 1:15pm,  Nittygritty.net’s Liam Southwood, Director of BIM Services, will review the evolution of IT-as-a-Service, with a particular focus on emergent, affordable and performant platforms for Revit model hosting and collaboration.  

Focusing on digital transformation in construction, engineering, design, manufacturing, and operation, DCW is this year brought to you in partnership with the UK Government’s Digital Built Britain strategy. Delegates to the 2 day conference will hear exclusive updates from the Digital Built Britain team, alongside some of the leading names in the industry speaking across 6 different stages.

“The digital construction agenda is growing at pace here in the UK, and globally,” says Luke Collings, Director at DCW. “The response to last year’s show demonstrated that the level of demand for our event is significant, and we are excited that Digital Built Britain has now partnered with us to help share the UK Government’s vision for adopting the digital transformation necessary to create tomorrow’s built environment.”