During a [somewhat drunken] discussion last night, the topic of synchronization software reared its head and hissed at us.
So, I thought I'd inquire here as to what y'all consider to be best of breed.
Reason for the conversation was that a friend of mine has a sailing school, and he's looking for something other than a backup software, something that'll give him immediate recovery potential for day-to-day mistakes.
I use Syncless - in my startup group - on a daily basis for a number of note/history files, and I've used SyncToy, SyncbackSE, GoodSync, Sync Butler from time to time, but I'd like to be able to recommend to him some software or combination based on a bit more than my personal usages.
There's been reference here to such software, but kinda dated.
So, do you use synchronization software? If so, what? And why?
Oh, yeah, Windows systems, Win7 for me, combination of Win7 and WinXP for him. One (1) non-networked box (for security reasons) and one (1) Sony laptop that'll talk to the world.