In Part 1 of this blog we showcased some of our favourite communication tools and how we like to use them.
In Part 2 we're going to be looking at the different types of storage and why we think they're indispensable.
The days have passed where we used to rely on internal and external hard-drives. What use were they? Could you share your files? Could you sync files with multiple users to keep documents updated? Could you access your files from anywhere? Could you keep files safe from corruption or theft?
The answer to all of these questions is no, which is why cloud storage is now the most popular form of storage due to the advanced security capabilities and accessibility.
Is a really simple, really easy to use online storage tool. Some of our customers are familiar with Dropbox and prefer to use a Dropbox account.
On a free account Dropbox will allow you to have 2GB of storage space but will then give you some free options such as REFERRALS which will allow you to increase your storage.
Dropbox Business will allow you "unlimited" storage at a starting price of £511.32 per year.
This is by far our favourite online storage tool for these simple reasons.
You can access Google Drive from your PC, Mac and SmartPhone and it's linked with your Google Email which makes it really easy to share files and folders between staff members, suppliers and clients in your contact list.
These two cloud storage options both include advanced security features as standard to ensure that your data is protected and encrypted. However, in terms of good value for money we enjoy using Google Drive.
At Admin Angels UK we have clients that use both of these tools and so understanding how to use them effectively is essential to ensure that we provide the best service possible.
We use Dropbox and Google Drive to share important files with our clients including, working spreadsheets, databases, contact lists, telephone scripts, finished text, invoices and so much more.
These tools allow us to share individual files and folders with our clients which not only keeps all of the documents up to date so that everyone is always working on the most current version, but also ensures that all documentation is organised correctly.
To find out more about how Admin Angels UK can help you simply explore our website or contact us for a FREE 20 minute consultation.
If you enjoyed this article then you may want to take a look back at Part 1 which is all about Communication.
Part 3 will be coming soon...
Article Written by Kayleigh Brindley