Use GoodSync for File Synchronization
File Synchronization is the process of ensuring that folders in two or more separate locations contain identical up-to-date files. If you add, change, or delete a file from one location, the synchronization process will add, change, or delete the same file at the other location. Files are copied in both directions, keeping the two or more locations in sync with each other. GoodSync will not only synchronize all your data, but analyze, filter, and display results, ensuring you avoid duplicates and synchronize only the files you need and do not delete the wrong files by accident.
File synchronization allows users to access the same version of files on multiple locations, such as directories on a computer, or removable storage devices such as flash drives. GoodSync also supports file synchronization over the internet to folders on FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, and Amazon S3. Wherever your files may be, when two locations are synchronized with GoodSync, the most current version of a file is available at all locations, regardless of where and when it was last modified.
Why is file synchronization useful?
Although it is possible to copy files between directories manually, using GoodSync is faster and less error prone. GoodSync's powerful file synchronization algorithm takes all the guesswork out of keeping all of your important files up-to-date.
Why is GoodSync the best file synchronization utility?
- GoodSync has the most automation features. GoodSync allows you to automate the file synchronization process by giving the option to synchronize regularly at a given time of day or whenever a particular system action occurs (eg. when a USB drive is inserted or during system start-up). GoodSync also has strong filtering technology that allows you to include (or exclude) only the folders and files that you wish to sync.
- GoodSync has the most options for file storage. GoodSync synchronizes files located on a hard drive, network, removable drive, FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, or Amazon S3. GoodSync can synchronize files locally, through a network, or through the internet. GoodSync is available for Windows and Mac and can be installed on a workstation, USB drive, or a server.
- GoodSync has the most robust technology. GoodSync's sophisticated algorithm and bit-by-bit synchronization ensures complete accuracy and protects against data loss. Even if there's a power outage in the middle of a synchronization, GoodSync will pick up and finish the synchronization right where it left off. GoodSync is scalable enough to withstand synchronization jobs ranging from five files to five million files without fail.