Oxygen Cloud is a cloud-based desktop that works exactly like a regular desktop, but allows users to keep their files secure and synced across multiple devices. Users can edit files while offline, and Oxygen will automatically sync the updated files when the device is online again. Oxygen Cloud supports selective file syncing along with multiple, simultaneous uploads and downloads.
As an enterprise service, Oxygen Cloud gives companies a way to let their employees work on the go without compromising the security of company information. It comes with extensive options and controls regarding file access, sharing, and data ownership. Oxygen Cloud's functions and contents can be integrated with other systems and applications via REST calls.
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