Millions of office workers now working from home are now faced by a new challenge: they have to navigate disparate IT systems. The main divide is the gap between traditional desktop software like Microsoft Office and newer cloud-based solutions.
Teams often need to collaborate with those in other departments or even other organizations. Syncdocs is a new tool that lets Microsoft Office users and Google Docs users collaborate in real-time on the same documents.
Syncdocs is the bridge between Microsoft Office and Google’s office suite. Someone using Google Docs can easily edit the same document and at the same time as someone using Microsoft Word. Both people can see each other’s changes simultaneously.
This lets people work as though they were sitting next to each other, even if they are both in their own dining room tables.
Using Syncdocs, up to 32 users can work on the same document at the same time. Edits and versions are tagged, and can be automatically approved, or manually approved by a document owner. A full history of the edits are kept, and changes can be reversed.
Syncdocs is designed with security from the ground up. Documents are stored securely in the cloud and an extra layer of encryption can be added for sensitive files. Some users can also be given restricted change rights, so they cannot make major changes.
Syncdocs is trusted by thousands of lawyers, doctors and psychologists to keep customer data secure and confidential.
To use Syncdocs for free during the CoVID-19 lock-down visit: https://syncdocs.com