|Annual Subscription||Free | Monthly payment | Annual Subscription|
An easy-to-use iOS file management tool and iOS transfer tool between computer and iPhone, iPad. It can also be used as your iPhone Cleaner and online video downloader to download videos from YouTube, Facebook and more.
Slack is a messaging app that brings all your communication together in one place. It offers real-time messaging, archiving and search for modern teams.
|Learn more about IOTransfer pricing||Learn more about Slack pricing|
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Slack integrates messages from external systems used by teams (including services such as Twitter, Google Docs/Drive, Dropbox, Zendesk, GitHub, MailChimp and dozens more) to create one place where everything comes together with one search box across all these tools. A full list of integrations can be found on Slack’s website.
IOTransgers offers a 1-year enterprise pricing package.
IOTransfer Pro – $24.99/1-year license
Slack offers three SMB and enterprise pricing packages for users to choose from. Give the details a look, and select your plan:
Free – No limits on time or users
Standard – $6.67 per user/month billed annually ($8 billed monthly)
Plus – $12.50 per user/month billed annually ($15 billed monthly)
Enterprise – By quote
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Types of Support
|Dow Jones, eBay, NBCUniversal, The Wall Street Journal|
|Small Business||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers|
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You should pay attention to the fact that while both Slack and IOTransfer may provide an excellent array of features each product may be aimed at a different company size. If you are comparing features you should give some attention to a company size they are catering to. Certain elements could scale up efficiently for huge enterprises but if you run a small or medium company it’s frequently more sensible to avoid paying for complex features that you may never actually use.