With Release 2.0, Qiata now offers the first entry into "MultiSpace". So far, there are basically two usable areas (so-called "spaces") available to the user, namely the transfer area for the exchange of files or directories with third parties, and the team transfer area for the regulated collaboration of internal and external members of a team. Now, with the new Personal Space, the first MultiSpace variant is released and opens up completely new possibilities.
While all file transfers and team transfers at Qiata are permanently and comprehensibly recorded in an audit log, the new personal space function is different. Personal Space is the first of many other MultiSpace modules currently being implemented. An area reserved for personal use is now available for all authorized users.
From the user's perspective, personal space can be used in different ways. Since Personal Space also uses basic functions of the so-called WebDAV protocol, the user can integrate it directly into his operating system as a (virtual) drive. The files are actually on a drive of the Qiata, even if the user sees his files directly as a drive in his operating system.