As in a personal Netsso, the J-Net can be attached to one or more online storage service accounts- Dropbox, GoogleDrive or OneDrive. This enables those accounts to be managed securely on behalf of the J-Net. Please see a full description of managing these accounts via a personal Netsso, under Netsso File Encryption and Management System (NFEM) in this Manual.
To set this up, we recommend that the Manager of the J-Net should register a special new account with the chosen online store rather than give the J-Net members access to his personal storage account. (This is purely for personal privacy reasons, to avoid giving access to his private files accidentally). Then he attaches this new account to the J-Net, as per the instructions on the J-Net / Online Files page (Top menu link).
As an alternative to using an attachment to an online storage service for the J-Net itself, the Manager may decide to ask each member to offer files to the J-Net from each members own personal online file storage service, by taking a Public Link to the file in question and placing it in the J-Net for other users to read it.
Each individual member of a J-Net starts by default with No permission to use the attached online storage. But the Manager can decide to give a member permission to operate the online files account, if he wishes to do so. J-Net members who have this permission can upload/ download/ move/ share files into and from the online storage service.