Posts Tagged: bittorrent sync

Each week, we publish a Sync Story that spotlights one of our users.  Multiple times, we’ve seen videographers and video production teams take to the product as an easy way for them to manage and share footage, which are often massive in size.

One of the most amazing features of BitTorrent Sync is how easily it works over local networks (LAN), and therefore how it’s able to continue to function even without Internet access. Flying through the air in a metal tube is pretty amazing too, but what about a scenario that brings Sync’s local network capabilities to today’s business…

Sync Stories is a column dedicated to our users. Each week, we showcase a different use case for BitTorrent Sync and the personal stories behind it. In this week’s edition: Mark Wolf, a PhD candidate at the University of Illinois at Chicago, shares how he keeps his research work synced across devices (to be accessed…

A Future Without Ports

As demonstrated with Apple’s latest MacBook design, we’re quickly moving to a future where everything is not only wireless, but portless. Over-the-air transfers are the norm right now for smaller files whether your recipient is across the room or across the country. Try to remember the last time someone gave you a single image or…

Sync Stories is a column dedicated to our users. Each week, we showcase a different use case for BitTorrent Sync and the personal stories behind it. In this week’s edition: Team Live Longer is using mobile technologies to diagnose and early detect cases of cervical cancer in Haiti, an approach that delivers a survival rate of…

Sync Stories is a column dedicated to our users. Each week, we showcase a different use case for BitTorrent Sync and the personal stories behind it. In this week’s edition: Peter Farago of Farago Design shares how his team uses Sync to work effectively together on very large, shared assets.

I love playing video games, pretty much everywhere. Whether it’s computer, console, or handheld, I am an avid games player and am always juggling two or three titles at once. That’s what I love about using Steam — it keeps my library of (great, mostly indie) games all in one place, downloadable to any authorized…