Microsoft Sharepoint, Box.net or Dropbox are just a few of many services that let users share and sync files across multiple platforms and access them from anywhere. But there's a new player in town: Insync, which just launched with the same selling proposition but stands out with tight Google integration (for Gmail, Google account, and Google Apps account holders).
In other words, if you're using one of the existing file management services but have always wanted to sync and share Google Docs (in addition to other files), then you should read on (Insync works with both Windows and Mac OS).
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