What is file sharing and how is it done online?
File sharing enables collaborative work on documents such as contracts, presentations, proposals, drawings, designs and so forth. Multiple people can contribute to the content, review, approve, sign, and print.
Usually people do this by exchanging the docs via e-mail. The challenge is keeping up with the revisions, collating between multiple e-mails, and sequencing to identify the latest version. The flood of back and forth communication can result in vital edits being missed. With a hybrid solution, like Egnyte, one can work on the docs and sync up with the cloud. The cloud maintains the revisions — of course it cannot resolve edits — but it can maintain a temporal ordering. Additionally, it also maintains an archive once the edits are completed and the work is signed off.
Is online music storage different than online file storage?
Online music storage can be in two forms:
Apple iTunes, Amazon Cloud Drive and Google Music are the leading music clouds. Spotify is a cloud streaming service and belongs to the category of a cloud locker, but also can be considered a music cloud.