All campaign documents and material should be secure and accessible. Use the cloud.
Here’s today’s tip: All campaign documents and material should be secure and accessible. Use the cloud.
It’s hard to imagine that just a few years ago, you had to make hard-copies of campaign documents in order to share them. Printing, collating and mailing important documents all too significant time. Now that’s not the case. Cloud storage and collaboration and editing are the way to do it!
Security and accessibility are the two key factors in deciding where you’ll store your campaign files. I highly recommend Google Drive for all your campaign needs. I don’t get a penny for recommending them but I’ve been using them for years. Every campaign I’ve worked with, clients I’ve served, and projects I’ve directed have all been run through Google Drive.
There’s nothing out there that will give you ease of access, tight security and collaborative capabilities like Google Drive.
Consider security and accessibility when deciding all kinds of campaign tech. From password sharing with tools like LastPass to basic graphics editing from Canva. All of these provide fantastic software as a service tool with air-tight security and broad accessibility.
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