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We have some exciting news to share today: AeroFS and Redbooth are merging!   Redbooth is a collaboration project management tool used by thousands of businesses worldwide, and we’ve been lucky enough to know the team there for a long time. Earlier this year it became obvious to both of our companies that although...

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Clearing the Obstacles to Effective Collaboration with AeroFS

Collaboration and file sharing go together. And with cloud and mobile computing, file sharing is easier than ever. But once a meeting is over, where do those files and data actually go? From a security standpoint, the possibilities are scary. According to EMA Research’s 2015 State of File Collaboration Security report, more than...

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“We liked what we saw today and we’re ready to make you an offer.” I still remember hearing Yuri, one of the co-founders of AeroFS, tell me that after a grueling full day of interviews at their office this past January. A lot has happened since then, and now I’m almost finished...

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We are pleased to announce that the latest version of the AeroFS client brings two long awaited features: version history and activity log. Version History Before diving into the details, it is very important to understand that this feature is not meant as a substitute for version control systems or backup solutions....

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In mid-June we hit a major milestone with the release of AeroFS Beta. The beta release has many improvements that we are quite proud of: Personal integration with Amazon S3 Simplified Sharing and Syncing Unlimited version history on local computers Cleaner UI across Mac/Windows/Linux Overall improvements to the syncing speed and performance...

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UPDATE AS OF FEB 1, 2013 AeroFS/S3 Integration is now part of our Business offering, AeroFS Team Server. It is no longer a feature in the AeroFS desktop client. If you had enabled S3 with AeroFS already on your computer, you’re still good to go and this change will not affect you....

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Hi Everyone, I’d like to thank you all for your patience over the past few months while we’ve been busy quietly working away. Although we’ve tried addressing our quietness in a previous blog post, I’d like to take a moment to give you a more thorough update. In the coming weeks we...

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Many of you have been wondering why things have been quiet on our end. I’m going to take a few moments and put some speculations to rest. 🙂 We are still VERY actively developing AeroFS. In fact, all of our resources are currently tied up in the development of the next major...

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Building great software often requires standing on the shoulders of giants, and by giants we mean the Open Source community. Of course, it is also often said that it is better to give than it is to receive, and in the spirit of the holidays we’re happy to announce our very first...

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To say that the file syncing and collaboration market is “noisy” is an understatement at best. It seems like almost every day a new startup or product pops up that offers file syncing and backup. Generally, these tools work quite well: in the case of file syncing, you place your files in...

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