Sometimes you need to share a large media file: a CAD drawing or a graphics heavy report with co-workers. Depending on the size and number of files you need to share, this can be a problem. Attaching large files to an email is in most cases not possible. Gmail for example, only gives a total of 50MB for emails, and don’t forget that large files will use your storage quota while they are kept in the sent folder.
Floppy disks. Who remembers these? A few years ago, floppy disks were one of the most used resources to save our files and photo’s. These days we barely see any floppy disks, and people started using the cloud to save their data. The cloud is a term that many people probably heard of, but may not be completely clear for everyone. What is the cloud and how does it actually work? Read more
Some companies can only access the cloud through WebDAV (Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning), which unfortunately brings its own set of limitations. On Windows systems WebDAV connections are easy to set up, however on macOS devices the process is more painful and less stable. Read more
On the surface, collaborating in a team should be a simple affair, if you are open to new ideas and willing to solve problems as a team, collaboration goes smoothly. Naturally, complications can always appear and collaborating becomes a more complicated effort. Here are common mistakes teams make when collaborating online. Read more
Many vBoxxCloud users were eagerly waiting for the ability to edit documents in vBoxxCloud, and today online collaboration has finally arrived. The new update gives you tools to create, edit and present content
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