Yesterday, Tuesday, 22nd, Microsoft presented “Live Mesh” a Web 2.0 service for synchronizing files, folders, and Web-delivered content across multiple devices.
According to the plan, with this the technology the users set up all the devices they want to use to access the service, upload the documents they want to bring around with any of these devices, and than every time the make a change to these documents the modification will be automatically syncronized to all the devices.
Microsoft is building this technology as a competitor to the more famous Adobe AIR and Google Gears.
The presentation has been made by Ray Ozzie, Microsoft chief software architect, at the Web 2.0 Expo.
Microsoft web site: http://www.microsoft.com;
Live Mesh web site: https://www.mesh.com/Welcome/Welcome.aspx;