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24. Mai 2018

DEVONthink Adds iCloud Sync

Sychronization via iCloud was the no. 1 feature request on our list. And here we go: DEVONthink 2.10 and DEVONthink To Go 2.6 let you keep your databases in sync via iCloud and without entering anything except for the optional encryption password. No messing around with sync store names, server addresses, or login credentials. Add the iCloud sync location, check off the databases you want to sync, done. It can't be any easier. (mehr)

1. März 2017

When the Web Breaks

If you weren't aware of it already, there was a problem on the internet yesterday for a couple of hours. A little problem in terms of describing it: Amazon Web Services (AWS) was "having problems". However, it was really a big problem for any app or service relying on the S3 services. One of those services was us. Our downloads were unavailable for a period of time. Slack, Trello, Time Inc., and others were affected. Some even experienced some home automation problems because they relied on the IFFFT website. (mehr)

21. Oktober 2014

Index iCloud Drive with DEVONthink Pro (Office)

iCloud Drive is Apple's reincarnation of the iDisk. Install the Index iCloud Drive script to add all user-created folders in iCloud Drive to your inbox. User-created means all folders that are not application-specific such as the Numbers of Pages folders. (mehr)

8. April 2014

Online Backup with Arq and Amazon S3

Backups are something that every computer user is supposed to do but nobody really enjoys doing it. Apple's Time Machine makes it a lot easier, at least when you have a second hard disk or a Time Capsule. However, if you're like me and you don't want to clutter your desk with yet another piece of hardware you might like Haystack Software's Arq popup: true. (mehr)

25. September 2008

Your Documents, Up in the Clouds?

There's a lot of discussion about 'cloud computing' and storing your data 'in the clouds'. Some new applications are based on this paradigm and are either built 'in the cloud' or use a servers cluster for synchronizing multiple clients and for giving web access to your data. While we clearly see the necessity for synchronizing a database between two or more Macs and maybe iPhones, we're still unsure about what implications full web access to your documents has. My top issues are data integrity and data safety. (mehr)