There are several options for transferring and sharing BisonNet data. Globus offers the widest ability for transferring data between various endpoints, as well as offering ways to share data with people both on and off campus. However, there are some other options listed below that can be convenient for transferring data between your local computer and BisonNet storage endpoints.
Most data transfer and sharing will take place via a service called Globus. Globus allows people to move data between various storage endpoints, both inside BisonNet and Bucknell, as well as storage locations outside the university (including Google Drive). It also allows people to share data with others both inside and outside the University and publish data publicly.
In addition to Globus, there are other data transfer options that are specific to the storage technologies.