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More and more companies upgrade to Outlook 2016 Heilbronn, 25. August 2017. Although Outlook 2016 was released back in September 2015, many Outlook user are still using older versions of Outlook 2013, 2010, or even 2007. The Outlook users worry that the transition to Outlook 2016 will not be smooth and they can lose their Outlook data like emails, contacts, and calendars. The question is, how can the users import data from Outlook 2013, 2010, or 2007 to Outlook 2016 without losing data. First of all, the Outlook users must completely uninstall the older Outlook version. The .PST files, in…
Today we would like to announce a major step in the history of our company. We have launched a new SYNCING.NET website! With the release of SYNCING.NET apps for major desktop systems (Windows, macOS, Linux) and mobile devices (iOS, Android, Windows Phone) it was absolutely necessary to create a new website, which would work on all those desktop and mobile platforms. The new website has a modern interface with a responsive design and should clearly present SYNCING.NET products and provide a better customer experience. We've worked hard during last few months and really hope that you enjoy our new website,…
SYNCING.NET goes mobile!
19 Enero / 2017
SYNCING.NET goes mobile!
Great news! SYNCING.NET now supports all major mobile platforms including iOS, Android, and Windows Phone (with Windows 10). The file synchronization with SYNCING.NET becomes 100% cross-platform and works across any desktop or mobile devices. For business and private customers who are concerned about privacy and security of their data in the cloud-based solutions, SYNCING.NET becomes a perfect alternative. Your data is never stored in the cloud and synced directly between devices at the highest possible speed. The mobile apps work with or without Internet connection. You have a local copy of data on your devices and can access your data anywhere…
SYNCING.NET for Linux
22 octubre / 2016
SYNCING.NET for Linux
We are happy to announce that SYNCING.NET file synchronization is now available for major Linux platforms. SYNCING.NET for Linux was tested and works fine on Ubuntu and Debian derivatives, as well as on SUSE Linux. The file synchronization is cross-platform and now you can sync your files on all major desktop OS: Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
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