Computing & Cloud Storage
Borealis is a free research data repository for faculty, students and staff. The platform makes it possible for researchers to deposit data, create appropriate metadata, obtain DOIs for permanent links, and maintain version control of their datasets.
Training on available national digital research infrastructure.
Virtual server running on Digital Research Alliance of Canada infrastructure.
The Digital Research Alliance of Canada provides state-of-the-art advanced research computing (ARC) systems, storage and software solutions.
Alliance now provides Nextcloud, a Dropbox-like cloud storage service.
Globus is a secure and reliable research data management service. Using Globus, you can quickly transfer data between your local computer, and many research computing endpoints worldwide. Globus Plus allows you to share your collections to other members of the Globus network.
Non-FIPPA compliant. Google Drive is a file hosting service that provides cloud storage, file synchronization, and can be used as a file-sharing service.
Abacus holds the Library’s collection of open and licensed data sets from around the world, primarily public use microdata (PUMFs) from censuses, other social and health surveys, public opinion polls, and spatial data for GIS.
Camtasia is a desktop capturing software that also supports video editing.
Kaltura is a video platform to capture, upload, edit, publish, and embed video content directly in Canvas.