In this video, you can learn about how Dropbox can be used to upload and store files in the cloud, and how you can share individual files or entire folders with others, giving them access to view or edit folders.
- [Instructor] Up next is an excellent tool…for uploading files to the cloud…where they can be shared with others.…It's called Dropbox.…You can sign up for free…and get a limited amount of space, two gigabytes,…or you can purchase an upgraded account,…if and when you need more space.…Let's take a look at Dropbox.…Firstly, when you log in to your account,…you arrive here at the root folder.…You'll probably see one file already there,…Get Started with Dropbox.…That's a file that exists in the root folder…but can be shared if you wanted to.…
As you move over a file that appears in your Dropbox,…you'll notice a Share button,…and you'll also notice an ellipses here.…Clicking the ellipses allows you to share.…Now, you can upload your own files as well.…Click the Upload file button,…and you get to choose the files you want to upload.…For example, if I wanted to upload this survey,…I can select the document, click Choose,…and it gets uploaded to my root folder.…I'll click Done,…and now you can see there it is, a single file.…
- Cloud components and infrastructure
- Cloud computing benefits
- Cloud security
- Cloud storage considerations
- Working with Google G Suite, Microsoft Office 365, iCloud, and more
- Using collaboration tools: Microsoft Teams, Dropbox, and more
- Migrating to the cloud
- Monitoring the performance of your cloud services
Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Computing Basics
2. Evaluate Cloud Computing for Business
3. Cloud Storage
About storage providers2m 1s
4. Cloud Tools and Services
5. Cloud Tools for Teams
6. Migrate to the Cloud
7. Evaluate Cloud Performance
Next steps1m 2s
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