By developing strategies and services for managing digital assets, we help members of the University community to decide how best to store and preserve data. For consultation, please contact Mark Ratliff, digital repository architect.
Examples of repositories in use at the University include:
- Google Drive allows access to your files from any device using your Princeton Apps account.
- WebSpace for simple and secure file storage service that enables collaboration with colleagues within and outside of the Princeton community
- Media Central for storing, managing, and delivering video and audio content, powered by Kaltura
- DataSpace for both archiving and publicly disseminating digital data which are the result of research, academic, or administrative work performed by members of the Princeton University community
- OnBase for scanning, importing, storing and retrieving document images and files on a central server
- SharePoint for creating collaborative workspaces and internal-facing administrative websites.