The best way to sync files between computers Working remotely, poolside at a swanky resort? Nice. Don’t feel like lugging your ancient work laptop home with you but need to catch up on work after hours? We don’t blame you there. We’re fortunate that technological advances continually gift us amazing tools that make our lives easier by eliminating archaic processes.
How to sync Dropbox with your computer files Whether you’re a super planner and a strategic disaster avoider or not so much; Dropbox is an excellent tool to sync files to the cloud, enabling file backup and the ability to access and sync files remotely from anywhere, at any time. Dropbox is one of the leading cloud-based document management programs, globally.
The great cloud storage comparison The importance of cloud storage comparison Fewer than 10 years ago, file storage was a major problem. Local drive file storage needed to be abundant enough to store all of our files and photos and be regularly backed up. Accessing files remotely was impossible. Remember those lost thumb drive fiascos? How about the file version
Quick! You’re headed to a deserted island and you can only bring three items with you. What are they? For most people, the answer will include photos of family, friends and happy moments. Photos are emotion-eliciting treasures, yet we can erase thousands of photos with a technological glitch or an accidental click of the wrong button. Fortunately, free online photo
You’ve wisely saved your photos to popular, cloud file storage brand Dropbox. Now you may be wondering how to download photos from Dropbox. Congrats. You’re way ahead of many people who are still struggling with how to best manage photos online to ensure their safety. Smartphone camera capabilities have dramatically improved in recent years. DSLR cameras with Wi-Fi connection are
April 26th saw Dropbox host its first European customer event, Dropbox Open, in London. And to the several hundreds of attendees, there was plenty to be open about. Especially in relation to the future of work. Headline stats were impressive: Dropbox now cites 500m registered users, worldwide. Interestingly, 74% of those are non-US, while almost 40% are in EMEA. There
Using a cloud file sharing system such as Dropbox can certainly make it easier to access your files from anywhere. But as the number of files grows, even a small team can find it increasingly difficult to locate the information they need quickly and easily. Cloudfind spoke with Ryan McDonough at management consultancy McMann & Ransford about his experiences with Dropbox, and how he’s using
We’re delighted to share an incredible story from one of Cloudfind’s newest customers who integrated Dropbox and Salesforce: the Elliot Katzovitz Insurance Agency. Like many SMBs, they chose market-leading cloud apps to support their business: Dropbox and Salesforce. But like many SMBs, they also found that these alone could not provide the speed and everyday efficiency they needed in a complex, information-rich environment.
A Case Study in Managing Complex Information Across a Mobile Team Club of Hamburg is a foundation that promotes ethical business practices as an integral part of business success. From its Hamburg headquarters, it runs workshops and publishes research for business leaders and entrepreneurs. The goal is to provide practical tools, insights and guidelines for business owners looking to develop
A snapshot from a recent Dropbox for Business customer video reveals ten different reasons why truly effective collaboration is elusive – and how Cloudfind for Dropbox can overcome them. To make things easy, we’ve numbered them for you – see which ones you can work out before we explain! These situations are not specific to Dropbox, or any particular business. They are, however, typical of many of the