SynXro is a software product that can be installed on a PC, whether connected or not to a local area network (LAN). Once installed, the user can access his computer from the internet as well as download and/or upload any files found on his computer.
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Description: SynXro is a software product that can be installed on a PC, whether connected or not to a local area network (LAN). Once installed, the user can access his computer from the internet. If the PC is part of the LAN, all connected computers can be accessed from any remote location, as long as an internet connection is available.
The user installs the SynXro and registers on the website, choosing a name and a password. He can then access his computer from the internet, using a standard browser. He immediately can navigate in the LAN and download or upload his files.
All computer users connected to the internet need this access possibility. Currently this is not possible without substantial investment. With the SynXro users, can connect to the internet and obtain direct access to their home or professional computer.
Business men need to only have access to the internet. They will have access to all their files. They need no more prepare all the documents they need ahead of time. They have normal access to their computer files from anywhere.
Business men can work at home while having full access to their professional files. The SynXro represents one more step in the direction of home based work.
Outside the scope of professional life, individuals will be able to consult their files, show their family pictures, download files, etc. The SynXro should become part of their social life.
SynXro must attempt to target all users who own computers at home or in the office.
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