How to make work easier..!!

Levin_flyn

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Hey guys,
My brother owns a company, and they have around 11-13 employees. Now, due to COVID-19, they all are working from home. So here, my brother is spending a lot of time emailing documents to his employees. This taking up his valuable time. So I did some research to find some ways to keep all his documents in one place so that he doesn't want to waste his time keep emailing these documents. I think this would be helpful for my brother because his employees can grab whichever document they need without asking someone else to email it. But this should be done by some document management specialists. Most of their websites are pretty good and impressive, but it's confusing for me to choose one. However, we can't implement this plan until this COVID-19 put an end. So if anyone here has experience opting for the mentioned document management system for your firm, please ping me here with your suggestion!
 
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AP90

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Wouldn't just having a simple server system work for this? Have 1 server that houses the documents, and VPN's for the employees to be able to login to the server from home. Or use a paid for remote access software. And you wouldn't even need to wait until this virus thing ends. If they have an extra computer they can turn it into a server, or run to Best Buy and grab one and make it a server.
 

truehue

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I agree with "Seeking" above. Google, OneDrive, Dropbox, Box. Just add a folder into a shared account and name it "Important Documents".
 

FireSprint.com

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We really like Google Drive. We use gsuite for all our company email and get unlimited drive storage for backup, file sharing, etc.
 

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