Architects? No backups, for sure!
Trust me, I am an architect, but one of about 10 in Australia who actually do backups.
Architects are uniquely exposed to data loss; we rely on clunky, bug-ridden, over-marketed, under-developed, crappy software, which uses seriously massive but largely proprietory (and un-interchangeable) data formats.
Architects are also notorious misers (car space? holidays? overtime? what are they?) and rarely forkout for expensive luxuries like backup tapes. The directors can usually fork out for Saabs though, which shows just how bloody stupid they are. I mean, who in their right mind buys and drives a freakin' Saab?
The RAIA is always going on about how firms can vanish if they don't do backups - it's even worse for the few Mac-based firms, because they believe their Macs are infallible and certainly don't bother with backups.
A big firm I worked for did have backups, made regularly, but (crucially) not tested regularly. A leaky window seal and some heavy rain meant 2 weeks work was totally lost one afternoon - my own little team survived because I was making (highly unauthorised) backups to CDs of our work. I got told off in a really wierd way for that one!
I would say there is good money to be made providing backup solutions for architects - but there isn't. They won't pay up. They are all too busy trying to find where to put the keys in their Saabs.