The challenge with sending large files
As an attorney, you’re likely sending and receiving high volumes of confidential information on a regular basis. While many documents may be small by nature, there are several use cases where you need to send files that are too large to go through email. In such scenarios, you may resort to:
- Asking the IT help desk for assistance
- Using a personal drop box account
- Couriering a USB stick
- Compressing files
- Dividing the files into separate emails
These solutions are inconvenient, time-consuming, and result in slower turnaround times for you.
To make things simpler, you need access to an intuitive solution that enables you to quickly send large files at any time, from anywhere.
How attorneys share files too big for email
Many law firms today are using TitanFile to share large files securely.
TitanFile is a secure file sharing and client collaboration solution that is trusted by many solo practitioners, small to medium-sized law firms, and AM Law 100 and 200 firms. The platform offers three main benefits:
TitanFile was built to be a self-serve solution, which means you’ll be able to send files on your own without any IT intervention. Recipients will also have an intuitive experience and not require any hand-holding.
Large File Sharing
TitanFile enables you to send files of any size at blazing-fast uploads speeds. Simply drag and drop files into the platform and click send once they’re uploaded. That platform also enables you to attach entire folder structures directly from your computer without having to zip them ahead of time.
Increased Security and Compliance
TitanFile is SOC 2 Type II compliant and is equipped with state-of-the-art security features such as encryption, granular access controls, and two-factor authentication to ensure that your data is kept safe at all times. TitanFile also complies with other industry regulations such as HIPAA, PIPEDA, AODA, GDPR, WCAG 2.1, and PCI DSS.
How to use TitanFile to share large files
To send large files through TitanFile, first, sign up for our 15-day free trial. (Don’t worry, it will only take a few minutes and no credit card is required!)
Once you’ve activated your account and logged in, go ahead and create a new channel by clicking the + New Channel button. A channel is a secure workspace that allows you to send and receive files of any size, volume, and type.
Now, add a recipient by clicking the the Add icon. You’ll need to type in the recipients’ name and email address.
Next, attach one or multiple files by clicking the Attach Files button, clicking on your documents, and clicking Open. You can also attach entire folders from your computer by using the Attach Folders button instead.
If you’d like to send a message to your recipient along with the file(s), type it in the message box. When you’re ready to send your message, click Send.
That’s it! Your recipient(s) will now receive an email notification that will allow them to access the files and reply.
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