Departmental File Services provide administrative and academic departments with a location in which files can be stored, backed up, and shared across the department. Typical quotas are approximately 30GB per department; the service is not intended for the storage of large quantities of research data.
The Desktop Backup Service, Mozy, provides a method of backing files from a computer's hard drive to the Mozy service "in the cloud". In the event of file deletion or hard drive failure, files can be recovered from Mozy backups. This service is intended for university administrators and others who keep important university records on local hard drives.
Drop Box is a service for sharing files that are too large for email. It allows for both the sending and receipt of large files using a web interface.
Create and share work online and access documents from anywhere with this web-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, form, and data storage service offered as part of Google Apps@Brown. This service allows real-time collaboration with others at and outside of Brown.
There are several options for protecting systems and applications from unforeseen events. CIS will work with system administrators to select the best method to protect Brown's critical applications.