Cloud-based document storage tools like OneDrive and SharePoint have evolved to deliver multiple ways to organize and find files. Yet, many users still manage their document storage using outdated methods, even after moving their document storage to the cloud. In this week’s blog, we’re providing a few tips to help make organizing document storage easier in OneDrive and SharePoint.
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In our last cloud storage post, we discussed the pros and cons of free versus paid cloud storage for your business. Today, we’re going to compare Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox for Business, the most popular and feature-rich options for business cloud storage, and provide some ideas about what to consider when making your decision. Read on to learn how the most popular cloud storage options stack up.
Let’s face it: we’re all swimming in data. Whether it’s generated by businesses or individuals, the amount of data generated worldwide today exceeds 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every single day. A quintillion, by the way, has 18 zeroes! By 2020, it’s expected that more than 1.7 MB of data will be created every second for every single human on earth.
Business data is a big part of that. If your business is already struggling to manage the data it generates today, imagine the world of the future where each employee is generating more than a megabyte of data every second. Where will you store it all?
The answer, if you’re like many businesses, is likely to be the cloud. But how do you select the right cloud storage for your business?
Sipco is a five-person family office in Abilene, Texas that provides financial management services to several entities. One of these is the Shelton Family Foundation, an Abilene-based non-profit organization that provides grants to eligible institutions. The foundation’s main aim is to provide assistance that improves the quality of life in Abilene and the surrounding areas. The Shelton Family Foundation's emphasis is on programs that meet basic human needs.