After the last entry in which I talked about Windows Live Folder Share another application came along that may have even more potential. Announced in the Zoho Blog, a new file backup, sharing and synchronization service called Syncplicity has been launched. This one does do what I was hoping Windows Live FolderShare might do with an interesting Web2.0 twist.
Chris Jobling July 2nd, 2008
If you’re like me you have at least three computers. One at home, a laptop and one at work. An issue you probably have is that the files you want now are always on one of the other computers. Sure you can use a network share to make your desktop files appear on your laptop, or a data stick to carry your files around, or put copies on your P: drive, or upload to a file sharing site like box.net. But all of these solutions imply that at some point you’ll have to make a copy of one of your files to work on it, and unless you copy the edited copy back to all your places where it’s wanted, it’ll be out of date somewhere.
Chris Jobling June 27th, 2008
Yesterday I blogged about using Google Docs Spreadsheets and its new form feature to create a really simple survey system for your students. Today I thought I’d check out the offerings from the other major player in the non-aligned world of on-line office applications, Zoho Office, had to offer. (more…)
Chris Jobling May 22nd, 2008
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