Welcome to the March 2018 newsletter from 2BrightSparks.
In this issue: Read our new article on file synchronization with SyncBack and we have a promotional discount for SyncBack Touch.
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Get the latest V8 update to SyncBackPro, SyncBackSE, SyncBackLite and SyncBackFree.
SyncBack V8 Download Links
Get the latest update for SyncBack Management System (SBMS), which comes with a new user interface and bug fixes. Simply install 'over the top' of your current installation.
The latest revision of SyncBack Touch includes support for Linux. System Requirements: 64-bit Intel Linux - Ubuntu LTS 16.04 or RedHat Enterprise V7. For March 2018, we're selling SyncBack Touch with a huge discount! See below for details.
While SyncBack users may be familiar with file backup and/or mirroring, it also comes with the option to perform bidirectional synchronization. This article explains what file synchronization is, how it’s useful, and the steps to setup an Intelligent Sync profile.
Good news, everyone! We are having a massive sale for SyncBack Touch with up to 85% off! For the month of March, SyncBack Touch: Home User 5-License Pack will be sold at US$10.00 per pack (limited to 2 home packs per SyncBackPro/SE installation) and the standard SyncBack Touch license will be sold at US$5.00 per license. Head over to our webstore or Upgrade checker page (if you are upgrading) to get your discounted copy of SyncBack Touch today!
SyncBack Touch is a cross-platform service that works with SyncBackPro or SyncBackSE to remotely access a device’s file system and perform backup/restore and sync operations. To find out more, watch this introductory video about SyncBack Touch or visit our SyncBack Touch product page.
You may also find the following list of SyncBack Touch articles useful:
The Home User 5-License Pack is for home or personal users only. The SyncBack Touch (for remote backup) is the commercial license for business users.
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