Google Docs can be a efficient and secure way to backup required files of any sort. Developers of SyncDocs, made quite a statement when they said ‘go Google with your docs.’ And as we dig further its a small application for Windows which allows you to backup and sync folders / files with Google Docs. It lets you control the features fully by creating Google Docs as a separate drive. Meaning, simply right click on any file and Share in Google Docs.
After installation, a new folder will appear on desktop screen named ‘My Google Docs’. If you dig further (browse the folder), three folders will appear, Direct Uploads, Originals Backup and Public Share. Rest the folder name clearly mark out the purpose of the overall app. You can add files for direct upload, create backups and set files / folders for public sharing. Simply right click on any file or folder and click ‘Share in Google Docs’. A new dialog box will appear prompting for file permissions. Sharing permissions include view by all and view / edit by all. As soon as the file is uploaded, a quick short link appears with the capability of further link sharing to Gmail, Facebook, Twitter and Buzz. A lot can be expected from coming updates of Syncdocs as this is still the beta phase. Do give it a try and feel free to add comments.!