File Sharing/Online Collaboration

Technology is on your side in the efficiency-quest. The sole reason file sharing and online collaboration sites exist is to provide space for people to work and store information efficiently, simply and safely. Gone are the days during which we had to have expensive, complicated networks to share files and images. Modern tools allow you to control your files’ security so that your information is safe. No more worrying about emailing a ton of files or that your hard drive will crash. Keep it all on the cloud. Make use of these technologies for your team’s sake, too. They are not difficult to learn to use and many of them are free or very inexpensive. You can even access your information when you’re on the go from your mobile phone. Sources include :

Dropbox.com - Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Never email yourself a file again!

Box.com - Box simplifies online file storage, replaces FTP and connects teams in online workspaces.

wikiMedia.org - Wikimedia is a global movement whose mission is to bring free educational content to the world.

Yousendit.com – Yousendit is the most popular and secure online file sharing software that allows you to easily send large files and email attachments.

Aws.Amazon.com - Amazon Web Services (AWS) delivers a set of services that together form a reliable, scalable, and inexpensive computing platform “in the cloud”.

Evernote.com - The Evernote family of products help you remember and act upon ideas, projects and experiences across all the computers, phones and tablets you use.

SugarSync.com - SugarSync’s  file sync, online backup, and file sharing service makes it easy to stay connected.

Adrive.com - ADrive provides online cloud storage and backup solutions for personal, business and enterprise-level data.

Docs.Google.com - Google Docs is securely powered by the web, giving you the flexibility to be productive from your desk, on the road, at home and on your mobile phone, even when you’re offline.