You may recall our post on how to sync files with WebPal using the popular GoodSync software. Today, we are happy to announce that Palomino has partnered with Siber Systems to offer GoodSync at a discounted rate to all existing and new WebPal Cloud Server users.
If you are constantly forgetting to back up your data, GoodSync File Sync software is the solution for you. GoodSync ensures folders that are located on more than one device contain identical and the most up to date data. When you update, add or delete data, the synchronization will update the same files in the other location. GoodSync uses an algorithm that offers true bi-directional synchronization.
For a tutorial of how to sync your files on a Mac using GoodSync and keep them in sync at all times, have a look at the following Folder Sync with WebPal Cloud Server video.
About Palomino Inc.
Palomino Inc. (www.palominosys.com) is a software solutions provider offering web-based productivity applications, centered on latest web-client and mobile technologies. Palomino’s WebPal Cloud Server 3 (www.webpal.net) is a powerful, adaptable cloud content management solution to a diverse SMB and enterprise client base with applications in online document management, web portal content management, and file storage. WebPal has has been adopted by over 300,000 users in different verticals such as healthcare, public sectors, financial services and associations. Palomino offers WebPal Cloud Server via multiple channel partners and solution providers across the globe.
About Siber Systems
Siber Systems (www.siber.com) is a privately-held company, incorporated in 1995 in the Commonwealth of Virginia, with offices in Germany, Japan, and Russia. Siber Systems was originally founded to turn scientific findings in the area of text parsing, compilation and transformation into useful commercial technologies. Siber Systems latest product is GoodSync, an easy and reliable file synchronization program we released in 2006. GoodSync already enjoys numerous favorable reviews from both users and the press.