1.TeamDrive Syncs data inside Space folders you create. Data located in Space folders will be synced. TeamDrive sync files a few moments after changes have been saved. If the application your are using uses file-locking, TD will not sync the file until it is closed.JWLim wrote:My organization would like to use TeamDrive to sync files from our branches back to HQ. Specifically, we have about 100 branches and data needs to be sent to/from HQ in real-time, whenever there are changes. To do this, we will have a folder set up for each branch on the HQ computer, and each branch will have a computer with its own TeamDrive client installed. Each branch will only sync files from their respective folders (e.g. Branch A syncs from the BranchA folder and cannot sync files from folders belonging to other branches).The data sent to/from each branch would amount to around 150-300MB, and the files are deleted once they have been read/processed.
My questions are as follows:
1. Does TeamDrive support this kind of file-syncing? Can it sync in real-time, and can it support syncing only specific folders from the HQ client for each branch?
2. If TeamDrive does support this, how many licenses do we need to order? Since each branch only syncs 150-300MB, they will use less than 2GB of the client-side limit. Only the HQ client will require more than 2GB (probably will need 10-20GB). In this case, do we only need to order one Personal/Business license for the HQ client, or must we still order one license for each client? Can each branch use Free clients, and upgrade only if it needs more than 2GB?
3. Assuming we use the TeamDrive's Cloud Server, will the synchronization be stopped/disabled once the HQ client exceeds 2GB of files? Or will it just fail to sync the files to cloud, but can still sync with other clients?
Thank you in advance for your reply. Please let me know if you need clarifications.
YesJWLim wrote:Additionally, does TeamDrive support resuming if the network goes down while syncing? E.g. Branch A is uploading/syncing a 50MB file, and suddenly the internet connection is lost. Will the syncing be automatically resumed when internet connection is restored, or will the file have to be re-uploaded from scratch?
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