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File Sync

1 reviews in total for products with this feature.

A beautiful advantage of using the “cloud” (aka “other people’s computers”) is that you can synchronize your files across a lot of different devices. That means that I can have, say, a word processing document on both my laptop and my smartphone. A cloud-based “file synchronizing” service would allow my laptop and my smartphone to keep that file “in sync.” In other words, the service would make sure the file is kept updated on both devices.

Following are reviews of services that offer file synchronization among their features.

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SpiderOak One and HIPAA Compliance

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HIPAA compliance with this product appears possible?: Yes.
Recommend for your HIPAA risk management needs?: Yes. SpiderOak One is a good backup solution for a range of practice sizes. Read our notes for two details regarding proper use of the product.

Caveats: 0, Notes: 2. See the relevant product characteristics and full review→

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Teletherapy Practice: What You Didn’t Know You Don’t Know

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2 CE credit hours (1 legal-ethical)

While many of us are feeling confident about our teletherapy processes, we are also aware that there are likely areas of practice where we don’t know what we don’t know. Join Roy Huggins, LPC NCC and Liath Dalton as they work to address the things you didn’t know you don’t know.

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