Online docs: Cloudy with a chance of productivity
Losing or not having access to the right document can be crushing. It stymies productivity, siphons off motivation and can thin even the most prominent of hairlines. For digital documents, the culprit is usually system crashes, lack of hard drive access and outgoing email size restrictions.
However, there is an answer to these frustrations, and it's in "the cloud." Online, the cloud refers to the framework that allows you to access and use online services and store data. If you use an email service such as Gmail® or Yahoo!® Mail, where your emails and attachments are stored on the web, you're already working in the cloud.
The convenience of storing and accessing your email and attachments anywhere can also extend to your work documents — therefore reducing the hassle of dealing with files stored on your computer. Make collaborating, sharing information and working a much more seamless experience. Explore the chart below to find out which of the popular cloud services are right for you.
Cloud apps that help you share work documents
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