Project Overview: Desktop Sync

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Purpose and Scope

Alfresco Desktop Sync is one part of our solution for Electronic File Sync and Share (EFSS). It consists of a native client for Windows and OSX, and a back-end server. The solution is implemented to preserve the security, scalability, and reliability of the solution. The Desktop Sync clients are examples of Alfresco Client Applications.

 

With Alfresco Desktop Sync, Windows users will be able to connect to Alfresco One on premise to select folders and sites to view and work with on their desktop, even when working offline. Files can be viewed and edited using standard desktop applications such as Microsoft Office and changes will be uploaded to the server. Every 5 minutes server changes are synced to the desktop, the latest content is always available.

 

Alfresco Desktop Sync is only available to paid subscribers.

 

Documentation

Alfresco Desktop Sync 1.0 | Alfresco Documentation 

 

Artifacts

Artifacts are available through the Alfresco Support Portal.
 

Governance Model

The roadmap of the project is determined by Alfresco Product Management in response to customer needs and analysis of the market place.

 

License

The Alfresco Desktop Sync clients and back-end server are proprietary.

Issue Tracker

Customers should report problems through the Alfresco Support Portal.

 

Road Map

We are still working on publishing a road map.

 

Customers can escalate feature requests through Alfresco Support.

 

Architecture

We do not plan to publicly publish the application architecture at this time.

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