Google drive: Google drive is used to sync and share files. Google apps stores documents, spread sheets and presentations in Google Drive to collaborate users in real time.
Apple iCloud: Generally companies back up Apple computers and devices to iCloud and also sync files and passwords. Due to the security breaches, iCloud may not meet the security standards of some enterprises.
Gmail: Most of the employees use personal Gmail accounts to send large files to co-workers and partners. Some companies use Gmail as their corporate wide email solution.
Salesforce: Salesforce is known as the CRM provider, but it also offers leading solutions for marketing automation, customer support, enterprise social networks and building custom apps.
Facebook: This is also a platform to promote the company’s brand and engage with customers. Even though its usage work is considered as completely personal.
Cisco WebEx: It allows employees to share their screen while delivering presentation online and conduct a video conference with meeting participants.
Jive: It is a social collaboration platform for employees with blogs, groups and discussions. It helps companies to improve productivity while reducing email and meetings.
Microsoft office 365: Office 365 helps to edit and store Word, Excel and Powerpoint presentations in the cloud from web interface or mobile app. It also helps to collaborate with team members in real-time.
YouTube: Companies use YouTube as a platform to connect with customers and given the large size of videos. YouTube accounts for large volumes of data in cloud.
Dropbox: According to the recent findings, 97 percent of the employees of Fortune 500 companies sync files across devices. It also provides additional control capabilities like audit logs and remote wipe.
Box: It is known as file sharing and collaboration platform, used by top companies to integrate with enterprise cloud services.