Users have been waiting eagerly for a way to sync their Outlook data without the cloud. Current cloud-based solutions pose privacy concerns and synchronization limitations. Fortunately, the wait is now over. Akruto, Inc., has recently released Akruto Sync, a program that offers direct, cloud-free, complete synchronization of Outlook Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks data between a PC and a Windows Phone.
To ensure complete privacy, the data is stored only on the computer and on the phone, not in the cloud; it is protected using SSL encryption and never passes through Akruto’s servers. Users may choose to synchronize their data over the cellular network or by using a Wi-Fi connection. There is no limit on the number of contacts, tasks, or calendar entries or on the amount of data within each entry that can be synchronized.
A 7-day free trial of Akruto Sync is available. Beyond that, a onetime licensing fee of US$19.95 covers installation on a single PC, which may be synchronized with one or more phones.
For more details on Akruto Sync as well as to view the simple setup guidelines, see a video demo after the break.
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