Where do you store documents after they’re scanned? Many turn to cloud file sharing because it’s quick, free and easy, but there’s a downside… so what do you use instead?
By Jessica Rivers, PSIGEN – By now you know that storing large volumes of paper documents, except in a bank vault type of environment, is a time bomb: you don’t know when it’s going to blow up in your face but you know it will.
It’s a familiar feeling these days for many who find themselves quarantined at home trying to work while the paper documents they need gather dust in abandoned offices.
Scanning is the first step to making documents available anywhere, any time, but where do you store them? Many turn to cloud file sharing because it’s quick, free and easy, but there’s a downside. So what do you use instead?
Cloud File Sharing
Cloud File Sharing is used within many organizations because the base level is free, it’s easy to use and it allows you to quickly share files with people inside and outside the organization.