You can collaborate on design projects using passwords and digital signatures. When a drawing has a password, it cannot be viewed until the password is entered. When a drawing is signed, the signature identifies an individual or an organization through a digital ID (certificate).
You can access and store drawings and related files on the Internet. You need Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.1 Service Pack 1 (or a later version) and access to the Internet or an intranet.
When you are in the final stages of a design, you can publish drawings for review, and receive corrections and comments electronically. You can then implement and respond to these comments and republish your drawings. Doing all this electronically streamlines communication, shortens review cycles, and results in a more efficient design process.