Discover how to access and use cloud storage, integrate cloud storage into local storage, synchronize files across several devices, and share online files and folders with others.
- [Instructor] Cloud storage is a poetic term…for using the Internet to store and synchronize files.…Those files can be accessed across multiple devices…and shared with others.…Cloud storage is an elegant solution to many problems,…especially for people who work together…or individuals who work at multiple locations…and on several devices.…Many cloud storage services are available.…And, in this movie, I cover a few of the more popular ones,…how they're integrated with local storage,…and how they work to synchronize…and share files and folders.…
To use cloud storage, you must sign up for a service.…Generally speaking, the services offer…a few gigabytes of free storage…with more storage available for a monthly subscription.…Microsoft offers OneDrive, which is part of Office 365,…but available to anyone.…The service integrates well with Windows.…Google has Google Drive, which is integrated…with Google Docs, a cloud-based productivity suite.…The Dropbox service is also popular.…And, if you subscribe to the Adobe Creative Cloud,…
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- Saving files
- Searching for files
- Renaming and moving files
- Organizing folders and subfolders
- Building libraries
- Creating an archive
- Working with storage, including removable, network, and cloud storage