This is my honest Review of Dropbox.
Dropbox is by far one of the tools that I use the most in any of my businesses, whether it is actively or passively. Every single business I own or created over the years has a Dropbox component added to it. I am able to:
- Document files
- Store files
- Share files with the team
- Track progress
- Access files from anywhere in the world at any time
- Access all my documents and files directly from my phone when I am traveling
There are so many things you can do with Dropbox if you are a little creative. It's crazy.
I honestly think that Dropbox is a must for you because you in this day and age, you need to take advantage of the fantastic opportunities of cloud computing.
Having a tool that allows you to you can access your files anywhere and you collaborate with other team members is priceless.
Take me for example: Every single video that I record for my team is then stored in a Dropbox folder so that I can easily find them in the future if I need to.
In addition, this can be used as a fantastic repository for your onboarding and training videos for new starters in your business.
Dropbox can also literally save your business like it did mine:
I lost my computer twice and it contained all my data. The first time, my computer was stolen and the second time, I forgot my computer in the plane like an idiot.
Thanks to Dropbox and the precautions I had taken to back up my files, my business was operational within a few hours because. All I had to do was getting my files back from Dropbox and voila!
Please understand that I don’t mean that you should go for Dropbox. It just happens to be the one that I use. There are other options like google drive and other similar tools. You can pick whichever you are more comfortable with.
What I’m saying though, is that you NEED one if you want an insurance for your business in case something happens. If your computer breaks, the kids spill water on it or you simply lose your computer, you could lose everything.
There's a free version of Dropbox that will give you like two gigabytes of data. It's absolutely free. In addition, they will give you extra storage space in exchange for a few shares on social media and it’s always welcome.
So, if you ask me, there is no need to go for the paid version. You can start with the free version; which is free for life, and then upgrade if you ever need to.
I highly suggest you go and sign up for a free Dropbox account and start collaborating with people.
I have added a link to Dropbox on this post for your convenience.
You could also simply click here to get immediate access to your free account.