10 Free (or Cheap) Tools for Start-ups

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Dropbox

“Dropbox is a virtual hard drive, but it doesn’t just store your files; it syncs them as well," Bennett says. "I use it to send files to my video producer. After he edits the video, he saves it to Dropbox and the new version is automatically saved on my computer. Dropbox is free for the first two gigabytes. Now that we’re doing a lot of video editing I’m going up to the paid version, which is 50 gigabytes for $99 a year.”