|Stable release||Syncdocs 5.60 / October 2, 2013|
|License||Commercial proprietary, shareware version available|
- Full data migration to Google Docs cloud.
- The program supports editing of local Microsoft Office documents online using Google Docs.
- The Windows folder structure is replicated online.
- Synchronization of file and folder changes between Google and local computers.
- Compression Support.
- Google Drive Encryption using 256 bit Advanced Encryption Standard 
- File versioning and Unicode filename support.
- File sharing
- Drive mapping of Google Drive to a local drive letter.
The Google Drive client shares some of the same basic features as Syncdocs. The main differences are Syncdocs ability to sync multiple Google accounts concurrently and Syncdocs ability to sync any folders on the PC or network. However, Syncdocs does not have an OS X or Android client, which Google Drive does.
- File synchronization
- Comparison of file synchronization software
- List of backup software
- Google Drive
- Umoren, Dhenys. "Google Apps Marketplace - Syncdocs - Enhance Google Drive (free trial)". Google.com. Retrieved 2013-06-14.
- Syncdocs Requirements http://www.syncdocs.com/help/requirements
- Combine Google Docs with Microsoft Office, Courtesy of SyncDocs http://www.pcworld.com/article/234993/combine_google_docs_with_microsoft_office_courtesy_of_syncdocs.html
- This service lets Microsoft Office on your desktop play nice with Google Docs in the cloud http://www.pcworld.com/article/238212/syncdocs.html
- Google Drive Encryption http://www.syncdocs.com/2013/07/google-drive-encryption/
- Need to synchronise your Google Docs with your PC http://blog.appogee.co.uk/2011/04/need-to-synchronise-your-google-docs.html
- Google Drive: 5 Things Needed to Succeed http://www.pcworld.com/article/253939/google_drive_5_things_needed_to_succeed.html
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