File Sharing Tools

Google Drive


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69%Startups Using


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Dropbox


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51%Startups Using


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Google Docs


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12%Startups Using


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HelloSign


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4%Startups Using


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DocuSign


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2%Startups Using


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Microsoft Excel


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5%Startups Using


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Box


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5%Startups Using


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Quip


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2%Startups Using


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DocSend


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1%Startups Using


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RightSignature


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1%Startups Using


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WeTransfer


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2%Startups Using


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Shake


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1%Startups Using


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File Sharing Articles

Best File-Sharing Tools for Personal and Business Use

File-sharing software is one of the few platforms that is equally important for both business and personal applications. While opinions are a bit varied regarding which file-sharing tool is best for business, entrepreneurs overwhelmingly choose [Dropbox] to organize their personal files. And while some prefer using the same file-sharing tool for business and personal use, others gravitate away from that approach.[Dropbox] preferred for personal storage“We use [Dropbox] mostly because we all u...

File-Sharing Best Practices: Google Drive and Dropbox

It’s no surprise to most entrepreneurs that [Google Drive] and [Dropbox] are the two giants of the file-sharing scene, but what may come as a surprise is how frequently the services are used together. About 32% of the Stacklist community uses both [Google Drive] and [Dropbox] for file sharing, and that number is even higher for midsized startups. About 50% of all Series A companies and 42% of Series B companies use both [Dropbox] and Drive for different purposes, much like Kickstarter. ...

Should You Pay for File Sharing?

File-sharing software generally gets less attention than other types of tools. After all, unlike most other types of software we track here at Stacklist, file-sharing tools have only one key function. There are some slight differences between the tools, but many operators view them as interchangeable. This lack of clear preference, combined with the fact that every file-sharing software we profile has a free account in addition to paid plans, makes us question when and if companies should pay...