i am having a pc at my office is there any possibilties to view my documents from my home pc
do not advise to use pen drive or external hard disc
It will partly depend on security protocol at your place of work (whether or not they want anyone having access to files from a remote location.) Software-wise, Dropbox (www.getdropbox.com) is a free program that will synchronize files between multiple PCs. You could install it on both your home and work PCs, and it will create a special shared folder. Anything placed in that folder will be viewable from home or work.
Alternatively, you can use a service such as Logmein (logmein.com) to access your work PC from the Internet. I wrote about such services in a hub just the other day, you can view it here: http://hubpages.com/hub/Remotely-Access … r-Internet
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