It’s been a few weeks since we took the beta tag off Sync and introduced version 2.0. Each week, we publish a story here that showcases how a customer uses the product, and we’re quickly learning some of the areas where Sync has been most useful.
When Sync was first conceived in a hackathon, it was a simple idea: create a tool for people to move files directly between devices. It was a little piece of magic that leveraged great technology.
A year and a half ago, BitTorrent Sync started with a simple idea: give people the ability to sync large files fast by skipping the cloud. We’ve been humbled by the enthusiastic reception during the Alpha and Beta phases, and we’re now getting ready to take the Beta tag off and introduce a premium edition […]
With new sharing features and a redesigned user experience, version 1.4 brings cloud-free sync to a wider audience BitTorrent Sync began as a technology experiment; a way to see how a distributed, peer-to-peer model can change the way we sync and share files. Sync takes central servers and the cloud out of the equation and brings […]
BitTorrent Sync on NAS ensures your data is available all the time, on all your devices. We’ve been working with our network-attached storage (NAS) partners to create a partnership that enables the two products to do more.
BitTorrent Sync on NAS ensures your data is available all the time, on all your devices. BitTorrent Sync was built to move fast. To offer unlimited access. To do the heavy lifting without the heavy price tag, all while being more private and secure than the public cloud. Now with NAS integration, both products can […]