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Problems with sharing large files:
Email often refuses to let you send or accept large attachments, forcing you to look for alternative ways of sharing files.
Even small attachments get blocked by corporate firewalls, meaning your attachments get quarantined for indefinite periods – or bounced right back at you.
Email is by its nature insecure, and you may have felt uncomfortable using it to share sensitive or confidential documents.
A simple shared folder system only allows users to open a document, amend it and then save a new version in the folder. Online collaboration systems offer you a higher level of functionality. Special collaborative documents allow you and other users to amend a copy of the same document, chapter by chapter.
There are several advantages to remote online backup, including:
1. Your files will remain available and can be accessed remotely from any location with an Internet connection. Files stored locally, as on a hard drive, are not accessible remotely.
2. Remote online backup providers adhere to rigorous practices that virtually eliminate the possibility of your data being completely destroyed due to a disaster.
3. Your backups will be physically safe. Remote online backup protects your hardware and software against theft, failure, and natural disaster whereas backups kept on a hard drive, CD or DVD are still vulnerable to such occurrences.
4. Remote online backup services include such security measures as traffic encryption, password protection for stored files and secure file sharing.
5. Many remote online backup vendors offer real-time backup protection at no extra cost, a service that most businesses will want to take advantage of.
6. For many businesses, remote online backup can be much more cost-effective than the offline alternative.