CloudJuncxion's unique security technology
fragments and disperses files across multiple heterogeneous clouds for storage, sharing, and sync with unprecedented security and privacy. AES-256 encryption further protects data in the cloud, while use of Sync Groups
provides flexibility and control over propagation of folders across devices.
Work with Existing Folders
Preserve existing directories and work with folders you already have. There's no need to move your files to a special folder as required by other sync services.
Fully Integrated with Backup and Share
Sync works seamlessly with CloudJuncxion Backup and Share allowing access and sharing of files from any device.
Detailed logs track Sync activity with the cloud and all your devices.
Sync Groups provide greater security, control, and flexibility, and work with folders you already have. No copying or moving of files to a special folder is necessary.
Cloud as an Intermediate Folder
A Sync Group contains one or more device folders that get synchronized with each other. Each Sync Group also has a dedicated cloud folder for movement of files across devices in that group.
The example below illustrates how Sync Groups work: Consider three devices, A, B and C, each with two folders.
Sync Group S1 (see figure below) keeps folders X1 and Y1 (on devices A and B, respectively) synchronized because they are used for a common purpose (the same project, for e.g.)
Files added or modified under folder X1 on device A get copied to folder Y1 on device B, and vice-versa. Similarly, files deleted from X1 get deleted from Y1, and vice-versa.
Consider another Sync Group S2 that synchronizes folders X2, Y2, and Z1 across three devices A, B, C, respectively (see figure below).
Additions, deletions, or changes in one of the folders in Sync Group S2 get mirrored across other folders in that Sync Group.
Growing a Sync Group
You can expand a Sync Group by adding more devices as necessary. For e.g., S1 can be expanded later to include folder Z2 on device C.
Sync Groups operate independently, and you can create multiple instances for organizing and keeping various folders synchronized across devices and the cloud.
Storing copies of sensitive files across multiple devices makes information loss more likely in the event of theft of a device. Ability to exclude devices from a Sync Group - notice the absence of device C in Sync Group S1 - helps reduce that risk.