SVN is a version control system, and manages files and directories, and all amendments thereto.
Allows to restore any version and track the changes.
SVN is a general system, it can manage all possible types of files.
SVN it centrally in the network for users to dispose.
The easiest way is to use a tool like eclipse or tortoisesvn, both available for linux and windows.
Checkout a copy of a repository is created on the local hard drive.
Directly on the linux command line that goes like that:
svn checkout http://IhrBenutzerName@svnXYZ.saas-secure.com/svn/meinProjekt
Depending on the management software (USVN, Redmine, Trac), there are different possibilities.
Depending on the system, the procurement authority is possible to group level can also be done on user-level.
For simplification, no matter what you should be on SVN administrative roles or groups to draw guidelines.
Yes, its possible. Ask our support.
Daily backups ensure that no data gets lost, there will be a hardware defect. Each svn server runs in a separate container and is protected from unauthorized accessed.