Hightail is the tool to use if you’re looking for a professional way to access and share files with anyone from any device.
A cloud-based app, it lets you upload, access, share and control your files whether they’re documents, presentations, photography and videos from your Android device. You can control files using passwords and expiry dates.
Any changes you make to your files using Hightail are instantly updated which means you get to see the latest version when you’re back at your desk.
You can even monitor who accessed a shared file and when it happened or work with your team using a shared folder.
Hightail is available in various languages such as English, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese and Russian.
Worldwide, more than 45 million people are using it. So if you’re looking to help your business be more productive without putting your valuable information at risk, choose Hightail.
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