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SugarSync

An online cloud storage service that offers online data backup to the cloud. The service synchronizes files using a lightweight client utility that works in the background.

Using SugarSync enables businesses to sync any file or folder from any device to the cloud service and  collaborate by sending files of any size from any device to anyone with options to control permissions for all shared files.

Learn more about SugarSync for Business in this Small Business Computing article.
Also see Webopedia's Cloud Computing Dictionary Resource.







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