Bluebeam recently announced the continuing expansion of their global Studio data infrastructure, which provides customers secure and fast access to their cloud-based projects while still meeting local data residency requirements.
So what is Studio?
Studio is a cloud-enabled collaborative space accessed from within Bluebeam Revu. It allows project members the opportunity to mark-up documents and collaborate in real-time from wherever they are, whether that’s at home or on the job site. Bluebeam began an expansion of Studio’s global data infrastructure in August 2020 by adding a new Australian server to its existing US and UK-based servers, with plans to bring an additional server online in Germany by year-end. Local Studio servers allow users to collaborate in real-time through Studio Sessions and manage documents in Studio Projects, which store the data locally meeting the data storage requirements in that area.
As Bluebeam CPO Roger Angarita explained it, “Digital collaboration has never been more important than it is now, with teams separated not only globally, but locally as well. Given the specific needs of builders working in and across different regions, we’ve applied our customer-centric approach to solving the problem, working directly with customers to gain a deeper understanding of the issues they face.”
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