There are several ways of sharing data with other users. Here are some of the common ways to share files.

Portable Storage Devices
You can use storage devices like a USB thumb drive, a data disc or an external had disk drive. These devices allow you to store large amounts of data. However, they do not offer that much data security. Your files can also get corrupted if not properly handled.

Local Network Storage
Computers and network storage devices that belong to the same local network would be able to exchange files. The downside of using this storage device is that if they don’t belong to the same local network, then it would not be possible to access each other’s files.

Online Storage
This is the best and most convenient way to send and receive files. Multiple users can access files immediately through the Internet. It also has several protection features like SSL encryption, multiple level of user and file restrictions. This is great for businesses that exchange large amounts of data with different users.

If you are thinking of getting an online file storage service, consider signing up for an account with SmartFile. We offer several storage plans to meet your needs. Take advantage of our free 14-day trial today.

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