Unlike other syncing or storage-only point solutions, Syncplicity is all about data management. Rather than creating additional silos of data, we're focused on making it easier for businesses and individuals to manage their disparate data, whether on their desktops, existing servers, or in the cloud, providing them with seamless access and management
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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 2, 2009
Syncplicity, a leading online data management provider, announced it has released a public beta version of its service for the Macintosh. Syncplicity's top rated service offers the most comprehensive, all-in-one solution so users always have their data when and where they need it. Syncplicity's powerful synchronization enables easy collaboration and sharing across Macs, PCs, mobile devices, and the cloud. Combined with features like continuous data-protection and instant recovery, Syncplicity extends the ability of businesses and individuals to seamlessly access, collaborate, share, and protect their data, now on Macs in addition to PCs.
Available immediately, Syncplicity's new Mac client enables users to leverage Syncplicity's services across an unlimited number of folders on their Macs. The service gives users the ability to synchronize and protect any folder, accept and collaborate in shared folders with other users, and share any file.
Syncplicity's unique and matchless integrations enable Mac users to get the full benefit of popular web applications such as Google Docs, Scribd, Zoho, Picnik and Facebook. For example, a Mac user who doesn't have Microsoft Office can still view and edit Office-based documents through Google Docs from any computer. Instead of forcing users to choose between a desktop application such as Microsoft Word and an online one such as Google Docs, Syncplicity enables the user to automatically sync all document files to and from Google Docs, so that they always have the most updated version both on their local computer, and online with Google.
While there are existing synchronization, backup, and sharing point solutions today such as MobileMe and Time Machine, these applications generally force users to create multiple silos of data that they will have to manage and maintain. Syncplicity's online data management focuses on helping users manage the chaos of their data, wherever it may be.
"Unlike other syncing or storage-only point solutions, Syncplicity is all about data management. Rather than creating additional silos of data, we're focused on making it easier for businesses and individuals to manage their disparate data, whether on their desktops, existing servers, or in the cloud, providing them with seamless access and management," stated Leonard Chung, CEO of Syncplicity.
Syncplicity helps businesses manage and safeguard their data via the cloud, at a fraction of the cost, and with none of the complexity of traditional software and hardware systems. Unlike other alternatives, the service's intuitive user experience works within each operating system's existing interface, and does not require any change in how a user works with their computer. Further, Syncplicity's adherence to open standards and protocols makes it easy for others to integrate their own applications and devices to the Syncplicity service. Businesses can also use available open APIs to undertake custom integrations to their existing IT infrastructure.
About Syncplicity Inc.
Based in San Francisco, CA, Syncplicity is the only all-in-one, turnkey service that offers an easy way to safeguard electronic files and data with continuous syncing, backup, and sharing and is the only one that can integrate with web applications and mobile devices. Syncplicity was founded with a simple vision: computers should empower users, not slow them down. The company's goal is to create a new way of managing files to liberate companies and people from worrying about how and where their data is stored. Leading publications and blogs have praised Syncplicity's product as the top product in online data management. For more information, interested parties may visit http://www.syncplicity.com.