Are some files just too big to contemplate sharing?
Some files are large but some fall into the category of ENORMOUS.
Sharing large files can pose problems but ENORMOUS files are often put to one side with the understanding that “these files are so large, if anyone wants to see them they can come here”.
Q. What constitutes a large file?
A. Some might think large files are 10’s of Megabytes (Mb), whereas others think 10’s of Gigabytes (Gb) are fairly normal. In the oil exploration industry files sizes for surface seismic have been known to reach into the 100’s of gigabytes. To put this into perspective 100 Gb could contain 100,000,000 or more pictures from a digital camera!
You do not need to be in the oil industry to own large files. Some PowerPoint presentations containing a lot of graphics can be in excess of 100 Mb. PDF documents can become large files, for example service manuals. The manuals for a Chieftain Tank need to be carried in a separate lorry! Graphics are notorious for being large.
The companies / people who create these large documents/ files have done so to impart knowledge and information to others so why not share them?
File size is not a problem to WebDataView. WebDataView does NOT send a copy to any user who wants to view, therefore your network / email systems are not clogged with massive files. You do not even have to despatch CDs/DVDs with the relevant information and you definitely do NOT have to send bulky copies of your files by courier.
WebDataView has NO file size limit.
WebDataView is the answer to the global problem of sharing large files, efficiently and conveniently, without file downloads.
Any number of simultaneous users, wherever located, can browse and view any supported file format in real time and without any software being installed on their computers.
for BIG files - think WebDataView
No file downloads! No user software! Total security!
- some of the benefits of WebDataView Technology