At Insync, openness is one of our core values. It’s a driving force in our culture and it improves our product, our processes, and our relationships inside and outside of work. In this blog post, we’ll be sharing its value and impact on our company.
Multiple sync apps for multiple cloud service providers. Sounds like a lot of navigating, doesn't it? Well, it doesn't have to be!
Looking to make the switch from dropbox to google drive but worried you can't take your files and folders with you? You're in luck because Insync, a Google Drive syncing client, makes this process easy for you! First, you'll need a few things: Access
This blog post was written by David Trounce from Help Desk Geek. Follow him here. Data Synchronization is another way of saying, “Save the document here and open it there.” On paper, it sounds easy and for the most part, that's the reason why
Web design has seen tremendous growth over the last decade and with it, the rise of extremely talented designers. But what is a designer without his tools? With so much cutting-edge tech available, it’s difficult to decide what tools or services to add
If you’re a professor, chances are you’ve dabbled with cloud storage before but only as a backup tool to save files (e.g. assignments, reading materials, etc.). Yes, cloud storage fundamentally does this but you’re missing out on one key feature
Insync began over 10 years ago. Since then, we have been laser-focused on creating the best syncing app for Google Drive on Linux, Windows, and Mac. Today (finally!!!), we have added OneDrive support. Yeah, it took a long time but you’re going to