During this webinar, Anne discussed the basic concept of Paper Tiger to organize both paper files and other physical items of which you need to keep track so that you can find them when you need them, and the concept of Digital Tiger, powered by Google Docs to organize and find your digital files. She demonstrated how to use Digital Tiger more effectively for digital filing, in addition to the following to show how to use Paper Tiger with Digital Tiger, so you can get organized and be more productive.
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Q: Does it make sense to have 2 different Gmail accounts? One for business and one for personal?
A: This depends on your workflow and if you don’t mind having to check in 2 different email accounts to keep up with everything coming in, and if you prefer to keep these separate. If however, you want the email addresses for your personal and business to be different, you can either create aliases, or you can create 2 Gmail accounts and keep them separate or have one forwarded to the other.
Q: Can confidential files be encrypted into Google Docs?
A: Google Docs/Google Drive doesn’t encrypt files stored on its servers but you can use third-party tools such as those listed below. According to experts, adding encryption to your data in the cloud decreases the user experience quite dramatically, which is probably one of the reasons none of the providers are providing the encryption functionality. You might consider choosing to encrypt only the data that is extremely sensitive and not use encryption on everything else unless you feel it’s absolutely necessary.