Secure File Synchronisation
Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, if it is shared with some third party and how it's transmitted over the Internet. Corporate well known sync and cloud services (such as DropBox) are closed software , centralised and so less trustworthy.
Our solution is using free and open source Syncthing, a continuous secure file synchronisation program. Works on Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, OpenBSD and Android.
Syncthing is a secure decentralised peer-to-peer (P2P) file synchronisation program that can sync files between devices on a local network or over the internet.
Syncthing allows you securely to backup data without the need to trust a third-party cloud provider. Data is backed up to a computer or server that you directly control, and is at no point stored by a third party. The encryption used is also fully end-to-end, as you encrypt it on your device, and only you can decrypt it. No-one else holds the encryption keys.
It supports file versioning. If this option is used, Syncthing will archive older versions of files when they are saved over or deleted. They can that can be accessed at a later point. This is configured on a per-folder basis, and you decide how many previous versions of a file will be archived.
Once setup, Syncthing is a fantastic way to securely backup files between your all your computers and mobile devices. It is also a great way to simply transfer files between them wirelessly. This is done in a simple and intuitive way (just drop your files in the sync folder, and they will magically appear in the matching folder on the other device).
Let’s schedule an initial consultation meeting at your offices to discuss this solution in greater detail!