Everybody seems to be touting cloud computing these days, and for good reasons. Cloud computing lets you work from anywhere and on any device. It also allows you to work with outsourced employees or employees who may be out in the field (technicians and outside salesmen). It also allows you to share files with customers and vendors.
Two of my favorites are:
You should seriously consider Right Networks if you use QuickBooks or Peachtree and have multiple locations, want to share data with your accountant, or just want to have access to your records anywhere, any time.
We have been using it for years with clients whose accounting we do, and have had no serious issues. Their support for QuickBooks is far better and more responsive then Intuit’s. And it’s free!
The words “Your stuff, anywhere” are the first words you see when you go to their website. And that is a simple description of what Dropbox is—a hard drive in the cloud. It is a great place to securely store files, pictures, music, and whatever else you normally store on your hard drive.
One of the best advantages of Dropbox is the ability to securely share files. Better yet—you can control who sees what files.