David McLeary is Operations Director at Cambridge Software and is part of the team working on RealtimeCRM which recommends Insync for document syncronisation. You can find out more about RealtimeCRM and sign up for a free account at https://realtimecrm.co.uk/ When working
Greg’s need for a Google Drive app to help sync his files to his personal computer and the lack of a native client for Linux led him to search and find Insync.
The European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was officially enforced on May 25, 2018; ensuring users more control over their data and giving companies stricter guidelines on how to collect and process data. You can read more about GDPR here. 🗺️ How
One cumbersome digital experience some people have to deal with is to maintain files across multiple desktop platforms, especially if one of those is Linux. Imagine this scenario: you have a Linux desktop in your home office and have just purchased a Mac for
Sometimes, what prevents us from trying out new products or software are our habits and routines with using services we’ve had for a while. In the case of Insync, a common situation we see among our users is the struggle to move from
Few will remember this, but Insync started as a Dropbox competitor back in 2008 (complete with our own servers) until we shifted our focus to developing a desktop syncing client for Google Docs. That was before Google Drive was even a thing. Through the
The multiple accounts dilemma With processes going digital, we’ve compartmentalized the way we manage our data and emails as a way to organize our lives. We have separate accounts, emails and drives for personal stuff, work, projects and other side businesses. As much