CodeLathe FileCloud Google Chrome Extension
Nearly everyone in today's enterprises is connected throughout the day to a web browser, of which anywhere from 44–71% are Google Chrome. Seeking to make this vast number of users' work more productive is developer CodeLathe, whose new "amazingly easy-to-use" FileCloud extension for Google Chrome enables users to save documents, images and screen captures directly from Chrome to CodeLathe's FileCloud private cloud file-sharing solution.
When using the FileCloud for Chrome extension, FileCloud users now can save and share information easily while working within Chrome by selecting content, opening the right-click context menu in Chrome and then selecting the "Save to FileCloud" option. The FileCloud Chrome extension is particularly useful for teams who work closely together in areas like product and market research, web design and others.
FileCloud client apps are available for common desktop and mobile platforms including Linux, Mac, iOS, Android, Windows, Windows Phone 8 and now Chrome.
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