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.
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Every day we have to deal with sensitive documents. Many of us handle these documents by storing them in multiple places and others use complex passwords to keep their documents secure. Some, carefully choose a secure cloud solution that values their privacy. Read more