Usage Scenarios for Syncrify

Syncrify is a very versatile software and can be used to accomplish multiple tasks. Select a scenario from the list below matching closely to your end goal.

Scenario 1 Backup to a central repository

This is the simplest form of using Syncrify. You designate one machine to hold backups and several machines backup to this central location. Users can access their files from computers as well as their mobile device.

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Scenario 2 Synchronize files/folders between computers

Consider a scenario where you want to synchronize multiple folders residing on different machines to synchronize their contents. If you add, modify or delete a file on one machine, this change should propagate across every machine.

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Scenario 3 Push files to several computers

Assume you need to push certain files/folders to laptops belonging several field agents in your company. Every night these field agents update their laptop from their home and pull files from your corporate office. Their laptops are ready when they go on the field with the appropriate content for that day.

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Scenario 4 Alternative to Google Drive, Dropbox and MS OneDrive

The SyncriBox feature in Syncrify can be used as an alternative to pure-cloud based services like Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Box and other similar services. The difference is that you create your own cloud with Syncrify

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Scenario 5 Shared Project

Share files belonging to one or more projects with multiple users. When one user modifies a file, that change is automatically synchronized with other users on the same project.

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Scenario 6 Delete files after backup

Often users want to move rather than copy files to another machine. In Syncrify's speak, you want to backup files to another computer and then delete them on the source machine once they are copied successfully to the target machine.

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Scenario 7 Snapshots to Public Cloud

Create snapshots of backed up data to public cloud, such as Amazon S3, Google Storage and Microsoft Azure. Snapshots to public cloud add an extra layer of protection for your data.

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