Business Edition

October 12, 2018 in News Tags: ,

without expensive server, but with more secure rights management Heilbronn, April 26, 2010. SYNCING.NET, of leading provider for synchronization software, has expanded its portfolio to an Edition specially tailored to companies. The new Business Edition allows you to set user rights in four different levels, and can also synchronize data on up to 50 computers. The exchange of data is highly encrypted over the Internet or a local network. The company not needed an own server. The SYNCING.NET Business Edition is ideal for medium-sized companies that want to save cost for IT structures.

The availability of current data on multiple computers is critical in many companies. Some employees are much with a laptop on the road and always need access to current emails, dates and addresses. You want to share some data with colleagues, such as when working on a project together. The software SYNCING.NET helps and creates order: with you the user sets up groups, within which share any Outlook and Windows folder for sharing can be. The program synchronizes automatically all desired data for quick setup. So SYNCING.NET gives employees time for important tasks.

The program works on peer-to-peer basis, which means: to every computer you can make changes that are transmitted to all participants. Once a computer is online, the data will update by itself. Previously set: which users have which rights? An advantage of SYNCING.NET Business Edition: the developers have integrated a detailed management of rights in the software. Who starts a so-called Outlook Group which shares, for example, the calendar and contacts, can also set user rights within the group. This is important especially when used in medium-sized companies, where there are hierarchies. The group administrator determines which users can change or delete any information, if you only look to”, or who may invite additional participants in the group. There are four different permission levels, by the guest”to the administrator.


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