Back in the pre cloud days, sharing files involved using file transfer protocol applications or else copying files to a disc and then mailing it or walking it over to a colleague affectionately known as ‘sneakernet. Emails could also be sent and many people still use email as their main “file sharing” option, but size limits on attachments and security concerns discouraged this practice. Todays world of file sharing offers nearly endless options. Giants like Dropbox, Box, Google, Microsoft, and...

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