What is data synchronization, in general? If your computer usage is anything like intensive, you would laugh at this dumb question. Synchronization of data located in different folders, on different computers, on removable devices is, probably, one of the greatest headaches for the advanced computer users. But I am going to suggest you the cure for this headache.
Assume this scenario: you want to have the actual copy of your data both at work and at home. With a USB flash card, you can easily carry your «Current Documents» folder hither and thither, but do you actually need to rewrite *entire* folder every morning and evening? Typically, no, only some files, but do you have to care, *which* files were modified during your daily work? Let your computer care! Also, assume the following: you do not need to just throw the data to your home PC; you also need to back it up to a CD-RW and publish latest changes in the «public access» area (local network server). How many operations (mouse clicks, keyboard pushes) would you need to carry out all of these tasks? Who would care which files are to be backed up / restored, rewritten and so on?
When you use *right* software, answer is: in one click you can start synchronization of any number of folders, and during that synchronization, the innovative proprietary software algorithms will determine, where the newest files are, and how to process them properly. The right softwares name is Allway Sync.
BlackBerrys sync with Mac OS X Software developer Information Appliance Associates announced Thursday the release of an application synchronizing Research In Motion's BlackBerry devices with Apple's Mac OS X.
Mac OS X gets Blackberry sync support Mac software developer Information Appliance Associates (IAA) has released an iSync plug-in that allows Mac OS X users to synchronise their systems with Blackberry handhelds.