Dropbox is a safe and secure way to share documents, pictures, and video files. Since they are stored in the cloud, your hard drive won’t be bogged down. You are protected with up to 120 days of version history and deletion recovery. You can invite specific people to share your files, and designate what types of permissions other users have to your files. All changes automatically update, and can be accessed from all devices, provided you have the app downloaded and set up to sync. Each user must enter a six digit security code to log in, or you can authorize a one-time sign in, using active directory. If you or your company are sharing files with someone who is no longer part of your organization, with administrator privileges, you can suspend or delete a user’s account as needed. Also, you can implement an expiration date if the person/persons only need access for a specific amount of time, so they’re log ins will no longer be effective. There is also a Dropbox badge that will appear if one of the files is being updated/changed/edited by another member, which will prevent confusion or duplication on projects. As an added layer of protection, Dropbox offers remote wipe, in the case that someone’s device is stolen or lost, which will prevent access to documents. Setting up an account is quick and easy when using the Basic/Standard version. I have had this for a few years now, and although the layout has changed from time to time, the ease of navigation has never stumped me. The main menu is fairly simple. You would...
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Ever wanted to share a file with someone but it’s too large to be attached to an email? No worries, you can save it to Dropbox and email a link to the file… Here’s how! Go to https://www.dropbox.com and create an account for Dropbox. Dropbox will download and install a local host for the cloud storage app. After the installer has been run the Dropbox webpage will open. Click and drag on any file you want to upload and drop it on the center of the webpage. This will add the file to Dropbox Now that the file has been added to Dropbox it can be shared by hovering the mouse over the file you desire to share. Click on the share button that appears while hovering the mouse over the file. Here you can change the permissions of the file that you are sharing and then share the file by entering the email address of the person you want to share it with and clicking the share button. Now you never have to worry about the size of file when trying to share it remotely! Just remember this simple tutorial and you are on your way to sharing files over the cloud with...
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