It’s summertime here at Pepperdine School of Law and a technology professional’s heart turns to major projects to improve education and infrastructure. This week we’re beginning to promote our new system for storing and sharing files. Xythos is the product, but you will come to know it as https://storage.pepperdine.edu. This is the web front door for a better way to store files.
The following is a quick tutorial on setting this up as a more familiar virtual disk drive on your local computer:
Your needs may be fully served by installing Xythos as a drive. This will look just like your current network drive. But now you can save files to it and access those files anywhere in the world, not just on campus! It’s what you already have, only better.
But next week, I’d like to share with you a couple of new ways to use your network storage that you hadn’t considered; helping you collaborate and keeping your data safe.