Looking for an affordable alternative to Revit Server? You might just be in luck.
I published a post recently talking about the process for using Google Drive as a Revit Server. It was a somewhat crude method, but it got the job done.
However, there might be a more effective method just yet. Jeffrey Pinheiro put together a post recently outlining the methods he and his team implemented for creating a $300 Revit Server to host workshared Revit files in a multi-location setup. This seems like a great solution, and the best part? It’s totally affordable.
If you are looking for creative solutions to multi-location collaboration, I think this is a really great place to start.