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[Freeware] Download TeamDrive 3 for MAC

Posted In OS X - By Techtiplib on Friday, October 5th, 2012 With No Comments »

Keep in sync with TeamDrive all your data, so you can sync data between many different computers and manage them.

The synchronization process between the computer passes encrypted with 256-bit encryption with the AES-256. TeamDrive works far safer than its counterpart product Dropbox, because before all data is encrypted before it is transmitted already. 

Features:

Synchronization

With TeamDrive you can keep your data synchronized between various computers simply and automatically. It’s child’s play to share music, images, documents or folders of any sort with friends, family or work colleagues. TeamDrive is available for all standard operating systems – Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android.

Collaboration

TeamDrive makes it possible to create teams easily to work together on documents (online and offline collaboration). By means of the integrated version management system, all changes to documents or files are recorded automatically, so that every change can be tracked.

Security

The security and confidentiality of your data is the highest priority for TeamDrive. Before TeamDrive transfers your data, they are encrypted on your computer (AES-256). Only you decide who has access to your data. TeamDrive has been awarded the Data Protection Seal of Privacy of the ULD.

Backup

An encrypted back-up copy of all of your data is automatically saved on one of TeamDrive’s servers. If you lose your computer or it breaks down, you can restore your data easily.

Free Choice of Server

TeamDrive offers two alternatives for synchronising and safeguarding your data reliably: either you can use the TeamDrive Cloud Services, which means that we take care of everything, or you can use your own servers.

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