Many businesses in Australia are learning the value of file synchronization for their staff. Sharing files in a cloud environment, using services such as Dropbox or Google Docs, lets your staff easily work together on projects at any time from any place they can access the Internet. This helps increase productivity and collaboration among your team, and you also are able to avoid spending extra money on physical storage space and keep your files safe from power outages or other disasters.
But services like Dropbox aren’t designed with the security in mind that businesses like yours need to take into consideration, plus they’re often hosted from the States, making them difficult to rely upon for speed and reliability over here in Australia.
That’s why Your IT Business Consultants offer our file sharing and synchronization services to businesses in Brisbane and across Australia. We can give your business all the versatility of Dropbox services with our guaranteed security and added business features to expand your file sharing capabilities. Call us at (07) 34950064 or send an email to email@example.com to learn more.
Our file sharing solution gives you an experience just like Dropbox or other leading file sharing services. You’ll be able to store and share your important files in a cloud-based environment online – giving you universal access via the Internet and saving your business expensive onsite storage space.
But our file sync service also offers your business unique features designed to enhance how you use file synchronization to improve your productivity, including:
Whatever the size or industry of your business, Your IT Business Consultants can help you take advantage of the right file sharing solutions that meet your needs and stay within your budget. Contact us to learn more about our file sharing and synchronization service, or to discover the wide range of other IT solutions we offer for businesses in Brisbane and across Australia. Call us at (07) 34950064 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org today.