Network attached storage may be your best bet to get those unruly pictures, music files, and videos under control in a flash. Here's your plan of attack.
Slack aims to take your emails and files, along with content from Twitter, Dropbox, and elsewhere, and plunk that into its own platform to make it more easily searchable.
Google hides Android's filesystem, but these apps can help you sniff out those secretive folders and gain greater control over your phone.
With just a click, this handy app goes to work and it's basic, simple, and gets the job done.
iExplorer offers a complete solution for managing and organizing the contents of your iOS device.
System Navigator is a powerful file manager, but features a bit of a learning curve.
With the help of cloud services, you can edit your documents on any Internet-connected device, and keep them up-to-date. We looked at Box, Dropbox, MediaFire, SkyDrive, and SugarSync to determine which one is the best.
Backing up your valuable files is a necessary chore, but cloud services such as Carbonite, CrashPlan, and Mozy can make the process fairly painless. We tried all three.
The central feature is a shared calendar, which color-codes appointments and events by user.