Sydney, Australia, September 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- A new version of Syncdocs has just been released today. Syncdocs is now enhanced with many new features to make syncing files to the cloud faster, easier and more powerful.
The standard Google Drive sync tool is limited in many regards. Syncdocs fixes these limitations, allowing users to get more power from their Google cloud storage.
The main new feature is the ability of Syncdocs to sync files from anywhere on the user’s PC or network. This allows users to select existing folders to sync to Google Drive, without having to copy these folders into one specific sync folder.
The primary concern among companies about moving operations to the cloud is the security of the stored data. Syncdocs fixes this problem by automatically encrypting files stored online so that only specified users can access them. In the event of a Google account hack, the encrypted data is protected by military strength encryption. Also, unlike Google Drive, Syncdocs also preserves online access rights on the local files. This means that if a file is shared as read-only online, it stays that way locally, too.
“Security remains the biggest worry for anyone considering cloud,” says Donald Recsei, Syncdocs’ Marketing Director. “By automatically encrypting all sensitive material, Syncdocs gives individuals and businesses the confidence they need to take full advantage of the benefits of cloud computing.”
Other useful new Syncdocs features include pop-up notifications when others share files with you, and hybrid search. Hybrid search enables the searching of local and Google files at the same time.
Many users keep multiple Google accounts on the same PC. Often one account is used for personal data and another for work. Syncdocs can sync up to 16 Google accounts at the same time, and keeps the data from the accounts separate.
For more information and a free download, visit www.syncdocs.com