SugarSync 2.0 is a complete facelift of content-sharing service

Cloud storage service to offer a content search feature

By , Computerworld |  Unified Communications, cloud storage, Collaboration Software

A new "activity tab" also displays everything a user has been doing in the cloud. "So if you're wondering if that folder or photos got uploaded, it will display that. It shows you information by day and time," Henshaw added. "We will also let you know when files were changed and by whom. This shows you who's accessed a file you shared and who has downloaded it. It's a good collaboration tool."

The new beta of SugarSync 2.0 desktop, Web and Android apps are available for download now on SugarSync's site.

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