“The challenge of any business owner is not only to keep the saw sharp, but also to know if you even have a need for such a tool.” — Michael E. Gerber
As a business owner, you’ll have to make a number of purchasing decisions to keep your business running. Some are relatively easy decisions — your computer and your wireless internet service, for example. Others are a bit more complicated because measuring the value of the product or service against the cost isn’t as straightforward… and you don’t want to throw away money on something that won’t provide you a reasonable return on your investment.
Fortunately, there are many useful and lesser-known business tools that are virtually free to use and that can help you be more productive. Here are a few to consider, but keep in mind that new services are constantly being introduced.
HighTail.com — This is a great free tool that can help you send large files — the kind that don’t easily go through email. Their network is secure. Whether you have a big graphic file to send or a large movie file, this is a service you should check out. A similar service to consider is MailBigFile. Both services offer free and paid subscriptions. The free service is often all you’ll need.
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