- Dropbox: This service has great folder-sharing options and a feature that allows you to see when one of your clients is accessing a shared project folder to retrieve or deposit information. A small window pops up on the lower-right corner of the computer screen to give you the heads-up on any actions in the folder.
- Google Drive: This service has file storage and synchronization capabilities. Documents can be shared, and Google Drive has collaborative editing options. You need a Google account to use this service, but signing up is free.
- Onehub: After you subscribe to this collaborative file-sharing cloud-based storage service, you can add Onehub Sync to your desktop and keep all your files handy. There is also a mobile application to add and view files away from your office or home.
- Microsoft OneDrive: This service is available on Windows-equipped computers. It works the same as Dropbox and Google Drive. The only distinct feature is that it only works on computers that have Windows installed.
New cloud-based storage services are emerging on a regular basis, so keep checking to see what’s out there and what best fits your needs.