iPad users can now browse, share and manage files and folders stored on other platforms
Syncplicity, a provider of file management offering in the cloud, has its new iPad app that the company says brings comprehensive and secure cloud-based file access and management to iPad users.
The new app will allow iPad users to browse, share and manage files and folders stored on their PC, Mac, SharePoint servers, on the corporate network or in popular cloud-based services such as Google Docs.
The new offering eliminates the need to email file attachments, use VPNs, or upload files to a new place in order to access them from a mobile device.
Built-in policy and permission controls and complete end-to-end encryption for all data transferred, stored on the Syncplicity service, and stored on the mobile device make mobile safe with remote wipe.
Syncplicity co-founder and chief product strategist Leonard Chung said they designed the new Syncplicity iPad app to give companies the most flexibility in supporting their mobile workforce.
"If you save a file on your desktop, SharePoint or anywhere you work, you should be able to simply access or share it anytime from your iPad with no special effort required. Syncplicity makes that easy and painless," Chung said.
The new iPad App enables users to browse and open any file or folder in one’s Syncplicity account, save bandwidth, upload photos and videos, stay up-to-date with one’s customized news feed, share any file with anyone, and to open files in other applications on one’s iPad.
The new offering enables users to configure username and password for the required app to work, to "remotely wipe" all cached data at any time, to manage files, and to go for real-time collaboration and sharing.