|Type||subsidiary of EMC Corporation|
|Operating system||Windows, Mac|
Syncplicity was founded by three former Microsoft employees.
Syncplicity came out of public beta in 2008.
In late 2010, Syncplicity delivered a supported Mac client for Intel-based Macs running version 10.6 or later of Mac OS X.
Syncplicity offers both free and paid accounts.
File Synchronization Service Providers & Competition
Several file synchronization and backup services launched around the same time as Syncplicity, including Live Mesh, DropBox, and SugarSync. Syncplicity allows synchronization with other online services like Google Docs, Zoho, and Facebook. A user can opt to sync documents from Windows or Mac with an associated Google Docs account; however, documents uploaded to free Google Docs accounts will be converted to Google Docs file formats while non-supported documents will be omitted. Similarly, photos can also be synced with Facebook albums. Many such online services like Scribd and Piknik are also supported by Syncplicity.
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