No Syncplify software uses (nor has ever used) anything written in Java. Furthermore, and more specifically, no Syncplify software uses (nor has ever used) Log4j. Therefore, none of our software is affected by (nor it has ever been) any Log4j bug or vulnerability.
With Syncplify Server! V6 Alpha.0 being literally days away from being sent to Alpha-testers, we have elected to release the new software pricing structure to the public. As you can see, in order to avoid confusion, the price list has been streamlined to include versions with and without WebClient!, and – as always – our […]
In the next few days (likely early next week) we will begin rolling out Syncplify Server! v6.0-alpha.1 to our customers who signed up for the closed alpha-test phase. If you are interested in testing/debugging this alpha version, there’s still some time to sign up: simply go to our support portal and submit a ticket, make […]
We would like to thank everyone for being patient. The first “alpha” version of Syncplify Server! v6 will be ready soon, we’re now applying the final touches to our Admin UI, and in the coming weeks we will reach out to the alpha-testers who signed up, and deliver the first preview of V6 to them. […]
From version 1.0 all the way up to version 5.1 (current at the time this article is being written) we’ve always implemented a step-by-step upgrade plan. This has some advantages in terms of code simplicity, but can make the user experience less pleasant. Imagine, in fact, that you want to upgrade from V3 to V5: […]
While Syncplify.me Server! v1 through v5 has always been a Windows-only software, thus coming with a single Windows-only installer, our new Syncplify Server! v6 will come with a variety of installation options: The traditional Windows GUI Installer This one requires no explanation. It’s the common way to install most software on Windows: a graphical “wizard” […]
Recently we had the chance to help one of our customer achieve a data synchronization task, which spawned an unusual cooperation that gave birth to a tale worth telling. So, here we go. Our customer was using Syncplify.me AFT!, our scriptable secure file transfer client, to automate some unattended data synchronization tasks. One of these […]
We have released version 5.1.26 of our flagship product, Syncplify.me Server!This update features the following improvements: Improved: added a workaround to allow SAP’s SFTP client to resume uploads via SFTP regardless of the non-standard file-open flags that such client utilizes. Thank you.
We have released version 5.1.25 of our flagship product, Syncplify.me Server!This update features the following improvements: Fixed: minor cosmetic bug in WebClient! that was occasionally reporting a wrong file size for shared objects. Thank you.
We have released version 5.1.24 of our flagship product, Syncplify.me Server!This update features the following improvements: Improved: added support for ASCII-mode SIZE command to the FTP(E/S) protocol handlers; note: its accuracy is entirely dependent on the client-side correctly identifying itself and its system features. Thank you.