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WORKING ON THE GO Dominic Travers, a technology consultant based in New Delhi, swears by Google Docs and Dropbox. These two services are his lifeline because they allow him to work on his presentations and reports irrespective of where he is. In fact, he regularly accesses his office documents from the cloud whenever he's at home. When he is traveling, his work gets done on a smartphone. "Using Google Docs and Dropbox means that my files are always up-to-date on all my devices and are accessible from any place where an internet connection is available, " he says. "The best part is that both services are free. "

Dominic Travers, a technology consultant based in New Delhi, swears by Google Docs and Dropbox.
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