Autodesk's vision for the AEC industry is all about Connected BIM, meaning BIM workflows connected to the cloud. It essentially means tying projects teams and processes together in an integrated workflow.
A logical step to bring these different stakeholders together is to use the cloud as the common platform for all project members. In fact, in a complex collaborative environment, no single company will be in charge of all the project's aspects. Therefore, no single company would be running the 'traditional' IT infrastructure to develop the project. Rather, people would be adding information to a central cloud-based storage location, after which, this information can be consumed by other stakeholders to fine tune and add to the project's information.
This is why Autodesk has been developing a series of cloud services that are offered as the BIM 360 portfolio (https://www.autodesk.com/products/bim-360/overview). These services can also be addressed individually as API's to address specific customer needs: the Forge platform (https://forge.autodesk.com/), through which all of these services (not just AEC related) can be called upon to deliver custom applications that enrich the cloud based information even more.
As a first step towards connected BIM, BIM 360 docs has been revamped to support these connected workflows in the future. It means that, to access your projects, you'll go through the Document Management module of the next-generation BIM 360 user experience.
To understand more about BIM 360 docs:
Also, have a look at the BIM 360 docs Release Notes: