Atlanta, Ga (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Cloud Storage Reviews (http://cloudstoragereviews.co) released their latest guide entitled "How SugarSync Works" to help prospective customers understand SugarSync better. Their guide goes over the basic functionality of SugarSync and provides unique insight from the cloud experts including reasons to sync, file management, and other tools that SugarSync has.
The guide first starts off by explaining what cloud storage is, then moves to the concepts of syncing files between computers and why this is useful. In this section the editors focus on the difference between syncing and traditional backup.
Next, the guide dives into the how downloading, setting up and managing files works. They show how to download SugarSync. The editors then start talking about how to manage the files and folders using the SugarSync manager. After talking about the manager They mention the mobile app and It's unique upload photos feature. Towards the end of this section they mention how to use the website app.
Lastly, they mention the ways in which you can share files using SugarSync. These are Email, Facebook share, Tweeting, or Public URL.
David Blane, Cloud Storage Editor said, "We're glad SugarSync has tried a different approach to syncing. The single, all-in-one, sync folder model needs a change, and it's nice to see another successful model out there on the market."
About Cloud Storage Reviews -- Cloud Storage Reviews, established in 201, is owned and managed by Intown Web Design of Atlanta, GA. The site was created as a place for cloud storage users to post reviews and learn about the best online backup companies. It is a website that helps to the Cloud Storage community.
About Intown Web Design (http://www.intownwebdesign.com) -- Located in Atlanta, Ga, they are a web design and development firm with a focus on creating functional websites for business. Clients range from startups to corporations traded on the NYSE. Founded in 2007, with a specialty in open source technologies including PHP, Joomla and WordPress. They have continued to expand their expertise into improving site performance, usability and search engine rankings.