NetSol Cloud Updated

We have updated our NetSol Cloud offering with some new features to make it even more useful!  In addition to fixing bugs and improving performance, we’ve added these features:

  • Versioning  – Now as you make changes to your files, the Cloud keeps track of the version so you can revert back to previous ones
  • Drag and Drop Upload – Instead of hitting the upload button and browsing to the file you want to send, you can now just drag files into the browser to send them to the cloud
  • Tasks – Integrated To Do list
  • Calendars – Now you can share your calendar with other users!
  • Desktop Sync Clients – Now, you can have a copy of your data on your computer as well as in the NetSol Cloud so you can use your files offline
  • Other Enhancements – Improvements to the Gallery, notifications when files are shared, and many others!


We will be releasing more documentation with detailed usage instructions so you can start taking advantage of these new features soon.  However, if you need any help, please contact us at 256-547-6817 or


2012-06-11T21:12:52-05:00May 30, 2012|Internet, NetSol Cloud, News and Updates|Comments Off on NetSol Cloud Updated

Desktop Sync Clients for NetSol Cloud

The ownCloud Sync Client is a desktop program running on your computer. One or more specified directories on the local machine are going to be synced to your NetSol Cloud. Files on your NetSol Cloud are automatically the same as the ones on the local disk. If you change one here, its gets there and vice versa.  The latest version of the client is version 2.6.0.

Windows Client Version 2.6.0


Download the installer program and start to install ownCloud Client on your machine.


Download (2.6.0)

Linux Clients Version 2.6.0


Download Binaries

Mac Client Version 2.6.0

ownCloud client for Mac

(Mac OS X 10.7 or better, Intel 64 bit)

Installing the ownCloud client on your Mac is as easy as ABC:

  1. Download the installation file
  2. Click ownCloud-, a window with the ownCloud icon opens
  3. In that window, drag the ownCloud application into the ‘Applications’ folder on the right hand side
  4. From ‘Applications’, choose ownCloud

For learning how to tell if your Intel-based Mac has 64-bit processor, please check this page.


Download (2.6.0)

2020-01-22T16:15:12-06:00May 29, 2012|Documentation, NetSol Cloud|Comments Off on Desktop Sync Clients for NetSol Cloud
Go to Top