Backups & Disaster Recovery for Architects

Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Noon – 1:30 PM

Free and open to all!
Lunch provided by ArcSource; please RSVP by 3pm Tuesday, February 9.

1.5 CES LUs

Did you know that 70% of small firms that experience a major data loss go out of business within a year? Attend this seminar, and you will learn: strategies to backup every type of data, key ingredients for every disaster recovery plan, how to evaluate online backup services, and more. Attendees will also receive a free ArcSource Disaster Recovery Plan Template to help you start or update a disaster recovery plan for your business.

Presenter Dave Monk, Allied Member will share the secrets to backups & disaster recovery based on over 18 years of experience as an IT expert to Bay Area architects and other professional services firms through his company ArcSource. ArcSource provides rock solid backups and disaster recovery plans designed specifically for AEC firms.

About the Presenter:

Dave Monk, Allied Member is the founder and CEO of ArcSource, a premier provider of IT consulting & support services to businesses in the Bay Area. As the Principal Consultant, he combines his passions for technology and helping businesses. Dave Monk holds Master of Architecture and Master of Science in Structural Engineering degrees from UC Berkeley. Prior to starting ArcSource, he worked at Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects as an architectural designer focused on design development, project management, construction administration, and, of course, maintaining the firm’s growing computer network.

Dave is an expert in technology planning, server operating systems, application software, software as a service, computer hardware, network design, problem solving, and training. His background in business, computer networks, architecture, and engineering gives him unique insight on the latest IT issues, needs, and trends in small to medium sized businesses.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the common causes of data loss.
  2. Learn strategies to backup every type of data from mobile devices to workstations.
  3. Review online backup services.
  4. Discover the latest in backup hardware/software technologies.
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