Consumer-grade cloud solutions are one of the most useful innovations in the digital age. With increased storage for photos, music and other documents, personal cloud applications can help consumers avoid losing their data when a computer hard drive inevitably fails. Furthermore, the transfer functionality afforded by personal clouds enables users to seamlessly move information between computers, smartphones and other devices.

With such utility at their fingertips, it should come as no surprise that employees have used personal clouds to facilitate work duties. Providers like Box, Dropbox and Google Drive can obviate clunky network storage options and simplify data sharing and teamwork among colleagues. These and other features seem to make personal clouds an ideal tool for facilitating business activities within an organization.

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