ANN ARBOR — Portal Architects Inc. today announced the general market availability of SkySync.

SkySync is a simple unified file management system that enables users to find, synchronize, and move files across any number of linked storage systems including Microsoft SharePoint, cloud platforms and network storage.

“Many organizations want to integrate cloud storage by either migrating or synchronizing files with their existing on-site file storage systems, or require a sensible coexistence strategy across all of their current storage platforms,” said Portal Architects CTO Steve Woodward. “SkySync makes either approach simple and easy. SkySync starts by linking to and unifying your storage system files including all versions of SharePoint, network-stored files and cloud-based storage systems. Within one amazingly simple user interface, system administrators can create fully automated file synchronization or migration jobs between any number of systems.”

Mark Brazeau, Portal Architects co-founder, adds; “Since it no longer matters where files are stored, SkySync by design, makes users more productive. You can execute a single search that spans across multiple systems as well as create multi-system, predefined views of your files. Users can also easily move, copy, or organize files and their underlying properties, to or from any system. It’s as simple as drag-and-drop; and nothing gets lost.”

The current release includes connectors for Microsoft SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, Microsoft Office 365, Huddle, Box, DropBox, SkyDrive, Citrix ShareFile and network file systems.

While the focus of the initial release is on businesses of all sizes, future releases and features will be geared toward consumers as well as the introduction of a SaaS model. A no–cost trial version can be downloaded from the website.

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SkySync is a product of Portal Architects Inc., an Ann Arbor-based company. Portal Architects is a software development company comprised of senior .Net architects and engineers with extensive enterprise content management and Microsoft SharePoint development expertise.