I wrote the article Collaborating Through Cloud Services, for the May 2018 issue of InDesign Magazine. I talk about ways to improve creative workflows with your team, using online resources such as Dropbox and InCopy.
To connect a team, large organizations have the resources to invest in a workgroup solution, typically custom-built and installed by a system integrator, streamlining their workflow for InDesign and other applications. But a small or constantly-changing workgroup may not be able to justify the investment in time or money required for a custom solution. For a small workgroup, it’s worth exploring simple and flexible solutions involving one or more low-cost, easily adopted cloud services.
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