Four Awesome File Sharing Programs for Businesses

Written by Ted. Posted in HOMEPAGE

Private video sharing
One of the things that businesses depend on if they hope to thrive is efficiency. Without it, they will find that employees are having troubles completing tasks on time and could be wasting money every day. In most cases, strong communication systems and sharing files quickly is vital for owners and managers who want to make sure that employees are completing projects as quickly as possible. However, that can be difficult, especially if many are either working from home – like more than 30 million Americans do at least once a week – or constantly traveling. Fortunately, there are several free online document sharing programs that at least make it easy for workers to access the information they need. Mail Big File One of the problems that many companies can run into when it comes to fre

Advertisers Target Online Video Streamers

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Share videos online
Did you know that 90% of all information processed by our brains is visual, and our brains process visuals 60,000 times faster than words, including blocks of texts? Thanks to the internet, people everywhere, knowingly or not, are taking advantage of this information, and sharing more pictures and videos than ever before. What groups of people are jumping at new opportunities? Advertisers In 2013, Brightroll conducted a survey of advertising executives. The professional opinion? Seventy-five percent said that they believed online videos trumped traditional television advertisements and commercials. Even better, users that share videos online, or stream them, make up hard-to-reach audiences. Online videos, and video advertisements, help reach more adults ages 18 to 34, and people who watc

In This Internet Age, What Better Way To Share Files Than Online?

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In this age of everything on computer, and every computer on the internet, you would think email would be more file share friendly. Unfortunately, most emails still have attachment size restrictions. This is no problem when sending word documents. But to send pictures, videos, sound files, anything above 25 MB, you are stuck. Luckily, there are a handful of free online file sharing sites and programs. The following are my two favorite online document sharing options. 1. Dropbox This offers the option of keeping your own files for cloud storage, or allowing others access to what you have in your Dropbox, such as private video sharing or granting another user permission to see a spreadsheet. For Dropbox you have to download the desktop application, which keeps the cloud instantly available with a single click, and allows for easy access to any of the files stored. It also offers a mobile app so that you do not need to be tethered to that specific computer. Dropbox is particularly use

Convenient File Sharing Solutions for Businesses and Creators Alike

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Largely gone are the days of physical reports being exchanged in the office, cassette tape or CD demos being given to record labels and members of the press, or physical videos done on spec being sent to production companies. Because of its speed, convenience, and overall efficiency, free online document sharing has become the preferred way to transmit important files to the people who need them. Particularly among creative and business collaborators, the medium of free online file sharing allows for an ease of transferal, without the use of physical documents which can either be clunky or misplaced. Add to that the ability that sharing files gives you to actively communicate and work with others over great physical distances, and this method solves a lot of logistical problems that were once unavoidable. Whether you are sharing an article that needs to be approved by multiple editors, or you have to send a track you recently recorded in your home studio to your sound mixer and pro