The ability to share files is critical for today’s businesses, but when companies pivoted to a remote work model last year, this ability was quickly compromised. Sure, coworkers could pass documents back and forth, but were those documents secure? That’s the most significant concern facing businesses and one that the average email platform can’t solve. Luckily, there are other programs that can help…
Is there a quick and easy way that I can share photos from my Win10 computer to Twitter? How about Facebook?
Help! I need to send a folder of photos to a client but don’t know how to calculate how large it is! How do you figure out how big a folder is?
You’re backing up your Mac system every day, right? I mean, sure they’re reliable, but what if you lost it? What if there was a system glitch and the hard drive was wiped? What if someone stole your system entirely?
That’s why you should already have a backup system in place. If you’re a mobile worker like me, however, you aren’t always in the office. In fact you might not even have an office.
Which is why MegaBackup is a really interesting solution with its simple user interface, cloud-based storage and unlimited space for your critical photos, video, documents, files and more.
My daughter gives me USB drives with music she’s recorded as MP3 files. I love it, but I want to share them with my friends on my phone. How do I easily transfer them from my Windows machine to my smartphone?
I’ve been using the ZeoSpace service for a few months on my Windows 8.1 laptop and would like to remove it. What’s the fast and easy way to do so?
I need to share documents with my attorney on a case and as she’s a friend, we are constantly chatting about the case on Facebook. Is there a way in Facebook Messenger to exchange files directly rather than me emailing them to her?