Create a multiuser version of the Logos engine for network users
A user's library consists of resources are licensed and indexed on a personal basis.
If I am in school at a seminary university, I am likely not the only user to have a Logos library. However, if the university IT could create a common collection of resources, it could save server allocation space on my user drive.
If a seminary has 250 students with a 10GB library, that's 2.5TB of potentially duplicated data.
Since my library may not be identical to everyone else's (or to the common collection) the indexing of my resources would have to belong in my profile. In addition, personal storage of some unique resources would need to be maintained.
Many university/corporate style networks use personal user accounts for access into the system, in which the profile storage is "roaming" on the server and not on the particular computer accessed.
This would allow for a university to provide access to your personally owned resources in a Logos library without crippling a server infrastructure for storage.
This could increase the availability of resources in a seminary / university environment.