As you seek ways to manage your digital documents, cloud file sharing has inevitably come up. Thanks to their huge popularity and some great marketing, many people only think of cloud file sharing services like Dropbox when considering the cloud. Although these are great resources for personal use, cloud file sharing services are not actual document management solutions, and should not be used by your business. Here is what makes Dropbox and its peers different from a cloud-based document management solution:
The average worker generates about 10,000 documents per year, so as a professional, you have to manage a lot of documents. The key to doing this effectively is to use the best tools and systems that are available to you. To this end, one of the best steps that you can take is to invest in a cloud document management system. Here is why:
Thanks to the cloud, you no longer have to store any documents at your physical location. This saves a great deal of time, money and space. The cloud also allows you to access your documents from anywhere with an internet connection. You may be interested in taking advantage of the benefits of cloud storage but don't know how to get started. Fortunately, the process is simple. Here is how to store documents via the cloud.