You have one life inside your university. You teach students. Supervise PhDs. Work with your research group. Interact with the administration.
Then there’s your other life, outside the institution. You work with other scholars in your discipline, wherever they may be. And you work with people who might use your research or expertise, in companies, government or foundations.
*Unity brings those two lives together. It’s a place that was designed to be the same shape as you are, to integrate all your different roles.
Like Dropbox, you can use *Unity to upload files and organise them. But *Unity also makes it easy to share those files, discuss them and develop them. Use it for scholarly drafting, grant proposals, course notes, research materials, data - in fact, almost anything.
*Unity will preview most document types and play back video, so you don’t have to keep downloading files. And it has full version control. Because *Unity was built for you, by folks just like you.
*Unity will notify you of updates to documents you care about as frequently (or rarely) as you want. And *Unity’s groups are great for any kind of project.
*Unity makes your life inside your institution simpler. And it makes your life outside your institution simpler. And it unifies those two lives. You get more done, faster. And have more space to think. Because *Unity was built for you.