Understanding Why Peer to Peer Sync is a Secure Option

How Secure is P2P Syncing? When it comes to transferring data, security is everything. Most people were previously willing to tolerate a little more wait time, or even a slightly more complicated process, as long as they knew their private information won’t be compromised. The landscape for digital data transfers has changed however more and […]

Resilio Sync Now Has an Official Docker Recipe

It doesn’t take reading through lengthy technical documents to understand why Docker’s flexible technology is creating buzz throughout the developer community. With Docker and an understanding of the word “container”, you can get a clear picture of how quickly applications can be built and deployed across several architectures with minimal effort. It only made sense […]

Introducing Resilio

In today’s modern enterprise, the files that power business are getting larger, the frequency of updates and patches are higher than ever before, and the number of endpoints and “things” on the network continue to grow exponentially.  All of this is driven by an ever increasing appetite and need to share larger, more complex information […]

μTP2: Resilio Connect and The Evolution of An Enterprise-Grade Protocol

We’ve recently released a preview build of Resilio Connect, our upcoming product designed specifically for moving data in enterprise environments. We wanted to share a deeper dive into the technical improvements we’ve made at the protocol level for Resilio Connect. Resilio Connect will introduce a new protocol that is dedicated to optimizing transfer speeds over […]

Ross Maritime Uses Resilio Sync to Keep Critical Documents Synchronized

Trevor Walters, Vice President at Ross Maritime, shares how his organization uses Resilio Sync (formerly BitTorrent Sync) to keep critical documents synchronized between vessels, ports, and their central office: Ross Maritime is a shipping agency headquartered in Mobile, Alabama that specializes in streamlining the passage of passenger and commercial vessels through the Port of Mobile, […]