Windows Vista Sync Center

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Windows Vista Sync Center

For those who use more than one computer or data storage device, you know how important it is to keep the data organized and synchronized between them.  Your computer, iPod, laptop, or other devices will have similar version of information that require coordination to be sure you have the most up to date versions available at your fingertips.

Windows Vista addresses this with Sync Center.  Whether it’s a mobile device, online storage, a server, or some other mobile device, Sync Center’s importance is obvious and becomes more necessary as the our world becomes more reliant on personal and mobile devices. Home users are connecting iPods, Smartphones, and portable hard drives, and corporate users have PDA’s, mobile phones, and laptops, which require such 21st century terminology as Folder Redirection, and Offline Folders.

It is beyond the scope of this article to fully explain how to efficiently use Sync Center.  Luckily, Microsoft has provided a series of questions and answers to address Sync Center.  The following link will thoroughly explain which devices may be connected, how to connect them, creating Sync Partnerships, and many other details.  Sync Center provides an interface that is more and more a necessity in today’s fast paced business world, making it an important resource to increase productivity.

Please visit Microsoft’s Sync Center FAQ sheet: ')}

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