I am not an expert in web GIS and I would like to share some maps I created with non GIS aware colleagues from other offices. I have looked at various options but I can't find one that suits my needs.
The problem I have is that I do not have access to a server and therefore I cannot use web map services and the only way I have to share my maps is by using a shared network drive. Deploying the maps on a cloud service like ArcGis Online is not possible either as it is sensitive data.
I was thinking of deploying my data on the shared drive and than ask my colleagues to use ArcGis Explorer to access the maps. I think this solution might work but I would like to avoid the need of installing the software as I don not want to give them too much control on the data.
All I want for them is to be able to double click on a file that will display a map where they can see where things are and possibly include some chart and tabular information, possibly using a web browser.
Can anyone point me in the right direction?
I tried qgis2leaf, it works but is quite basic. Do anyone have other suggestions?