Get organized in 2012 with these three online tools

Finally getting organized is easier than ever thanks to some easy breezy platforms that are also easy on the pocket book.

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Good news is, new tech tools are making this pledge—whether it’s a New Year’s resolution or standing orders to yourself—more attainable than in years past.

From free scheduling applications to cloud computing services that will organize your schedule, these products make organization as easy as a couple of clicks of the mouse. Here are three of those products to help you get organized in 2012:


SugarSync, which was Gizmodo‘s top pick for cloud-computing service in 2011, syncs and centralizes all of an organization’s data across numerous devices. And thanks to its ironclad document backup, automatic synching, and easy file sharing, you’ll no longer get stuck without a file when you’re away from the office.

You can have up to 30 gigabytes of storage for as little as $4.99 per month, or choose 100 gigabytes for $14.99 per month. It is slightly more technologically complex than Your Office Anywhere, but once you are familiar with the platform, SugarSync enables you to choose which files you want to sync or stream from your desktop to mobile devices.

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