Researchers who store data on the GLADE system and need to share it with colleagues who do not have GLADE access can do so with Globus, or with Google Drive or DropBox as explained below.
Users who are familiar with Amazon Web Services can also create a Globus Amazon S3 endpoint for sharing data. Visit the Globus site for more information.
With the Google Drive client software installed on your local machine, you can copy the files to a local folder that then syncs them to Google Drive. Alternatively, you can copy GLADE files to your local machine and then upload them to Google Drive as a separate step.
Follow these steps to share data using Google Drive installed locally:
See Google Drive Help.
DropBox users who have installed the DropBox client on their local machines can move files directly to DropBox in the same way as described above for Google Drive.