Managing online repositories
An online repository can be either a collection of files and folders on an enterprise server or network attached storage (NAS) that is available to all authorized users, or an enterprise
Boxsite available to authorized users. Your
BlackBerry Workadministrator configures your root access to file shares and any that apply to your mobile account, although within the access permitted, you can define additional sources by specifying a network path and giving it a new data source name. The same is true of additional
Boxsites as long as you are an authorized user of the site you attempt to define as a new data source.
For file access issues and to request additional permissions, contact your
BlackBerry Workadministrator or your IT department.
Access to your enterprise
Boxsites gives you even more channels for near-instant mobile collaboration with your enterprise team members. Heavily used by organizations large and small for on-demand file sharing and updating,
Boxare web application frameworks developed that integrate intranet, content management, and document management onto a holistic platform.
Boxare cloud solutions that tie all your users' computers and mobile devices together and allow them all to communicate and synchronize their efforts. The basic goal is to make it possible for an organization with a hundred or even a thousand employees spread all over the region or the world to work together with the same level of agility and coordination as a company with ten people working out of a single office.
You access and manage your
Boxdata sources in the same way as your enterprise file shares. However, with SharePoint and Box, if you have been granted the corresponding permissions, you can check-in and check-out files. For guidance on the fundamentals of multi-author sharing, consult your