Using Dropbox, Box or OneDrive as a virtual network
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Dropbox and its competitors are increasingly popular, not only for storage but as virtual networks to allow smaller offices the benefits of a server and enabling larger companies to share files on the go. This video provides step-by-step instructions on the best ways to structure Dropbox to maximize the benefits of using and sharing Answers, Master Lists, Sets, and saved Q&A Tables across the cloud on a virtual network.
Please note that we do not recommend Box as a solution; it's need for programming deep in the Windows OS in order to set common paths is 15 years behind the times and represents a risk to operations.
tags:OneDrive, One Drive, Dropbox, Drop Box, virtual