File Storage

Amazon S3

When you have large files to host like videos then Amazon S3 could be the place for you. You can host videos, audio files, PDF files and anything that you don’t want to put on your own servers. It’s free for the first 12 months (within certain usage limits).

>Learn more


If you collaborate with others online, Dropbox is a great way to share documents. We use this platform between us and our guest experts to upload all the content for our monthly themes. Dropbox also integrates beautifully with other tools such as Asana. It also connects to all your devices too. We use the file sharing between devices and for sharing images for Instagram. It’s as easy as loading your files up and grabbing the link to email it off to someone. It can also be a good backup service, depending on how much you want to store and pay. Dropbox does a seamless “sync” of your files to their online servers – not only is it a backup, it also becomes a way to access your files from anywhere you like. Dropbox has an app you can download on your Mac or PC so you can easily access your Dropbox folders just as you would any other file on your computer. Dropbox is free as long as you keep your storage under 2GB.

>Learn more

Google Drive

Drive makes it so easy to keep track of all your documents in the one place. Your files in Drive can be reached from any smartphone, tablet, or computer. So wherever you go, your files follow. You can quickly invite others to view, download, and collaborate on all the files you want–no email attachment needed. Drive is free for up to 15GB storage and then you pay a monthly price based on your storage requirements.

>Learn more

Disclosure: This page may contain affiliate links. This means we receive a commission if you make a purchase using this link or promo code. We only recommend products or services we use personally and believe will add value to our community.

June 5, 2019