ViceVersa is a File and Folder Synchronization Tool for Windows. It allows two replicas of files and folders to be stored on different computers or on different disks and media, to be modified separately, and then synchronized, by applying the latest changes in each replica to the other.
Distinctive File and Folder Synchronization Features and Benefits:
- Unlike simple synchronization and mirroring utilities, ViceVersa will deal with changes to both sides (Source and Target) and implement bi-directional synchronization. Files that are not in conflict are copied automatically, conflicting files are detected and displayed.
- Unlike the vast majority of file synchronizers, ViceVersa will visually show changes to Source(s) and Target(s) in a side-by-side, easy to understand display and preview. No more running jobs blindly. And on top of that ViceVersa can also perform synchronization at scheduled times, real-time as soon as changes are detected, at log-on or at log-off.
- Unlike the vast majority of file synchronizers, the ViceVersa file synchronization process is resistant to failure. If connection between Source (s) and Target(s) is lost at any point during synchronization, files will be left in a valid status. We validate this constantly with our "pull-the-plug" test, your data is 100% secure.
- ViceVersa supports encryption and compression of Source(s) and Target(s). A key feature when data needs to be carried or stored remotely. Your data is 100% protected.
- ViceVersa allows users to control total bandwidth and CPU utilization during synchronization. ViceVersa runs in the background silently, you will not notice any performance degradation.
- ViceVersa supports file archiving and file versioning. Instead of removing older files from disk, they can be stored in a separate location for a period of time. Your data is 100% safe from accidental deletion.
File Synchronization Common Uses:
- You use more than one computer and want to keep the same set of files on all computers. Computers can be connected via a LAN, a serial cable, over VPN (Virtual Private Network), with Bluetooth dongles or using a intermediary media (e.g. USB disks and USB memory keys).
- You work in a team and share some files and folders. You can use file synchronization to get and put the latest versions of the documents you are sharing with your team and make them available offline.
- Continuous synchronization of two or more servers to provide load balancing and fail-over: files need to be the same on each server and when one file is updated, it needs to be copied to all other servers.
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