This is part of a series of articles that will appear over the next few months as part of the Go Paperless initiative at Indiana University.
Let’s suppose I’m sharing a description of one of our IT Training workshops with my colleagues and I need some quick feedback to help finalize it.
I’m sharing with colleagues in my IU staff department who know how to use SharePoint 2010, because our intranet runs on SharePoint. The information I’m sharing is work-related. The file I am sharing is a Word document less than 1GB.
SharePoint would work well, in this case. So would Box. But let’s also suppose we keep all of our workshop descriptions in SharePoint. Point SharePoint—for the win!
But. Let’s also suppose that everyone I want to share with is at a conference, and I know they just have their tablets with them—all different kinds of tablets.
What now? To the Internet!
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