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Sharing Work Files

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by tomlunt, Feb 3, 2005.

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  1. tomlunt

    tomlunt Thread Starter

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    Hi -

    I would like to find a service that allows me to share work files (excel, word, etc.) with other remote users (three people total). Is there a good way that all three of us can access the same files from three locations.

    it's a home based business, so we don't have access to a central server.

    Can anyone offer some suggestions on the best way to set this up? Thanks.

    Tom
     
  2. tomlunt

    tomlunt Thread Starter

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    anyone?
     
  3. coachdan32

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    Why don't you use FTP?
     
  4. tomlunt

    tomlunt Thread Starter

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    CoachDan -

    FTP? But where do we store the files??????

    Tom
     
  5. DoubleHelix

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    A Google search for "online storage" yielded many options. If you want to share files in a central location, then you would all share one account.
     
  6. coachdan32

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    If you use an FTP program like FXP, you can allow each other to dial into each others computer and setup a shared folder right on your hard drive. From there you can download/upload files easily. Check out google for how to set it up.
     
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