Can two of the hottest sync systems live in harmony? We’ll compare SpiderOak and Bittorrent Sync, and see if we can use each for it’s specific strengths.
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SpiderOak vs Bittorrent Sync:
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– SpiderOak –
SpiderOak is a zero-knowledge encrypted data backup, share, sync, access and storage service. Online and multi-platform with 2GB of storage free for life.
We have many customers who use SpiderOak on headless servers. The initial
setup requires a simple workaround, and from there you can use the command line
options to implement all other tasks.
We are steadily releasing many of the tools and libraries that we created while
building SpiderOak as independent, generalized components. These can be found
under the code section.
– Bittorrent Sync –
Private and Secure. File transfers are encrypted. Your information is never stored on a server in the cloud and your data is protected by private keys.
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