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andymyers
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Buzzsaw vs 360 vs ???

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01-30-2013 03:37 PM

Does Buzzsaw and/or 360 allow syncing of non-cad data such as photos, office documents and 3rd party files (typicals files from Carlson software) or only drawing files?

 

I am interested to know if anyone is using either of these solutions in place of file servers and WAN VPN/sync solutions.

 

Thanks!

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paul.markovits
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Re: Buzzsaw vs 360 vs ???

04-19-2013 03:10 AM in reply to: andymyers

Any file can be stored in Buzzsaw and sync'd to a local drive using Buzzsaw sync. I use this daily to share MS Office files, PDFs, images etc with clients.

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Re: Buzzsaw vs. 360 vs. ???

04-22-2013 12:16 PM in reply to: andymyers

Yes, both Buzzsaw and the 360 sites will allow you to upload any of your files to your on-line accounts.

 

However Buzzsaw is much cleaner and allows for much more flexibility.

 

If you have the need of tracking revisions take a look at Vault, it takes the power of Buzzsaw an puts it on steroids.

 

If your planning on sharing an entire project and collaborating with several consultants, go with Vault.

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