Today, many people already use online services such as Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, etc. with these, we have all our documentation accessible through the Internet regardless of where we are.
However, there are still quite a few companies that centralize their documentation on dedicated server services(บริการ dedicated server, which is the term in Thai) within their office. Either because they need to run a specific program or they have always worked with shared folders and do not want to lose that functionality.
For this we have several options. Below are some of them:
- Install A Firewall That Allows YouTo Configure VPN Connections
In this way, it is as if we have a very long network cable, from where we are to our server. The speed at which we will access our data will depend fundamentally on the Internet connection of our office, although with current fiber lines, it should not be a problem.
- Set Up DirectAccess On AWindows Server
Through this technology, we can connect to the work network without the need for a VPN. For this, we must have a modern operating system and the features offered are similar to those of the VPN.
- Use ARemote-Control Software
If we leave our computer on in the office, we can access it through the Internet using some remote-control software: TeamViewer, Remote Desktop, etc. The speed is usually good since our documents are not traveling over the Internet, only the images and remote-control commands are transmitted.
In conclusion, keep the company data in a document manager such as R2 Docuo. With the software of this type, you could have all the company data centralized, and secure.Use monthly office 365(office 365 รายเดือน, which is the term in Thai) or Google Suite to manage email professionally and quickly. This type of email allows us to have emails synchronized on any device since your mailbox is stored in the “cloud”.