Have you ever found yourself spending time searching for a phone number to contact support? Finally, after finding the number, have you faced an endless onslaught of options? In many cases, you can’t even find a phone number, instead you are forced to use a complaint form and wait. Sounds familiar?Read more
Once in a while, it is good to evaluate and look back at how far you have come. Whether it is for your company or for yourself, the new year is a great moment to determine what you want to take with you to the new year – and what you would rather leave behind. With a positive outlook at 2019, we look back at 2018 one more time. It has been a great year for vBoxx: read more about it in the year highlights below.Read more
Working in the Cloud allows you to store your files online and access them from anywhere. That also makes it possible to collaborate with your colleagues online, or share documents with clients. While these benefits are well-known among cloud users, there are features that many people are still not aware of.
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 that 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.
When we think about sharing sensitive files online, it easy to assume they are either work documents or selfies you don’t want everyone to see. The truth is the type of files we share can vary significantly.
In some cases, you just want to send a contract for your client to sign, instead of mailing it. In other cases, you might have a large attachment that you want to share with your partners.
25th of May is almost knocking our door and many companies still playing catch up with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Reports in April indicated that IT managers across U.S, UK, France and Germany were still not transforming their business quickly enough to adapt to the GDPR.