If they both have a specific cloud folder on their computer, just place the file in it and the folder will be synchronized. This easy sharing allows multiple cloud services. The most popular are Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive. Read an overview from experts from Aliter Technologies.
Did you forget USB with files? That’s why Drew Houston founded Dropbox. Instead of the necessity to have a drive with you everywhere and forward your new version of a file, all you must do is to save the files to the cloud and the entire team can access them from anywhere. Dropbox can also be integrated into several other collaboration tools, making file sharing clearer.
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Google Drive is the most frequently used cloud storage. This is especially because if you use Gmail, Android phone, or another Google service, you automatically have a free version of storage. Google Drive is one of the most used file sharing tools in teams. Storage is used by native Google apps and easily integrated into other tools.
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Microsoft OneDrive was introduced in 2008 under the name SkyDrive. The cloud storage was later renamed to OneDrive. It offers users storage space, online tools for editing Office documents and Skype. Like Skype, the service is divided for individual and business users. For individual users, a free 5GB version and a 100GB paid version are available. OneDrive is also included with Office 365.
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Interested in this article? Read the previous article of the Cloud & collaboration series: Task management tools are a useful solution for team collaboration.
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