|Topic:||Re:Online document storage|
|Posted by:||Will Watson|
|If you use Microsoft Office then I recommend Microsoft Onedrive.|
Not only does it store your documents "in the cloud" (a stupid expression if you ask me) but it allows you to browse and update your office documents from the browser - useful in an emergency.
It works better than Google Docs - I have found has a few bugs in it with regard to file attributes.
Dropbox is also good but it does not have the file browse / edit capability.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Online document storage||18/03/15 10:04:00||Colin Jordan|
|Re:Online document storage||18/03/15 11:04:00||Will Watson|
|Re:Re:Online document storage||18/03/15 12:44:00||Colin Jordan|
|Re:Re:Re:Online document storage||18/03/15 12:51:00||Tracey Wessels|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Online document storage||19/03/15 12:58:00||Matteo Castagna|
|Re:Online document storage||19/03/15 13:44:00||William Luckman|
|Re:Re:Online document storage||19/03/15 13:49:00||Colin Jordan|
|Re:Re:Re:Online document storage||19/03/15 21:02:00||Mark Talbot|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Online document storage||20/03/15 07:51:00||Colin Jordan|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Online document storage||20/03/15 10:46:00||Matteo Castagna|