This is what I did, since usually the projects are not so big, and there are thumb drives available with 128 GB. That is a lot of segments))
And I do not have to use the cloud...
Rossana Triaca wrote:
Unless you want to shell out for expensive software, syncing the TMs/TDBs with Dropbox/GDrive/Onedrive/etc. in the same absolute path on both computers is the fastest way to go. There are some downsides -- e.g., when you come home and "resolve" the project with the updated TM, unless you tinker with it, your own work will be marked as a CM (this may or may not affect you, depending on how you work).
If you are working remotely somewhere with a decent Internet connection, you can also remote desktop to your PC and save on one license (provided you can leave your PC on in your house all the time and outages are not a common occurrence). A tad less eco-friendly perhaps, and depending on your PC specs and Internet speed it may be slower, but it's easy to set up and I much rather spend on good hardware for my base PC and gladly risk taking out an empty USD 200 Chromebook on the road -- you won't hurt that much if the remote-desktoping device gets lost or stolen (unlike, say, carrying around a much heavier top-of-the-line laptop). Again, this assumes you have a reasonable Internet connection (but with a good mobile phone plan that you can use as a hotspot, this is not so hard to come by nowadays, though depending on your region it may or may not be expensive).