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A SyncToy for the Cloud

By | November 2nd, 2008

Codename “Anchorage”, a project of SQL Services Labs is an evolution of SyncToy, a powertoy for Windows used to sync files between different computers, being developed for Windows Azure. It uses the Microsoft Sync Framework to let you keep different types of content synced across not just different PCs but also services and devices. Some […]

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“Every once in a while a new revolutionary product comes along that changes everything” – Steve Jobs, MacWorldExpo 2007
These are the famous words of Steve Jobs which he said at MacWorldExpo 2007 and you cant deny that Apple at least on two occasions in past 10 years have done justice to this statement. First with […]

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Live Mesh is an amazing platform. There are so many things which you could do with it. Imagine a scenario where you are in your office in some remote location. You make some updates to your calendar events or add some new appointments. You also make changes to your Emails, and add another contact name. […]

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Our friends at LiveSide posted this very nice tutorial on how to synchronize your browser favorites using Live Mesh. I have been using this technique successfully ever since the launch(the private beta in May) of Live Mesh and I have also been using it to synchronize my RSS feeds across multiple devices.
So here at Redmond […]

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Live Mesh was due a major update since the service was first launched to a group of testers in May and here we are finally with the latest update to this popular service. Live Mesh now adds support for Peer-Peer sync which makes it possible to synch files across your devices without using any […]

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The computing industry that as we know today is changing very fast into one in which everything we need can be accessed online. Microsoft is onboard with this new computing paradigm popularly known as “Cloud Computing” which folks at Redmond more like to call it as “Software + Services”.
For the past several years, Microsoft founder Bill […]

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