I assume you've checked with other cloud services since your last post? If Dropbox is recommending that you don't serve sync'd files on a LAN, I'm guessing it would be a problem for any cloud based solution.
For the most part, the images in one catalog are not used in another catalog
So why not organize the images in folders by catalog and then have a common file directory for the remainder? Then your designers could sync to only the needed folder(s). Are the client desktops limited in some way—USB storage is currently at $40 a terabyte. The Dropbox app lets you put your home DB folder on any drive
Thanks. Yes, I've been researching some other cloud services but, to be honest, they all talk in "cloud-speak," which I'm not fluent in.
I'll look into the USB options. We're not creating any video, so USB would probably work. Maybe a 2TB external for each computer would be do-able. It looks like it's going to be a long summer of hard drive restructuring…UGH.
It looks like it's going to be a long summer of hard drive restructuring…UGH.
You probably want to test on a smaller scale first