Appirio Cloud Sync November 2011 Release

November 29, 2011 Appirio

By Wes Barkwill, Appirio Product Management

Appirio is pleased to announce the most recent update to its Google-Salesforce Calendar and Contact synchronization products – consolidating and rebranding previous products as Appirio Cloud Sync, and delivering technical enhancements to improve the speed and reliability of synchronization. A few highlights about this release and related changes:
  • Cloud Sync is a public cloud-based, multi-tenant application so users of previous incarnations of Cloud Sync – free sync editions Appirio Calendar and Contact Sync, and paid edition Premium Sync automatically have access to the new features without any upgrade effort.
  • With the consolidation of the Appirio sync apps into a single Cloud Sync application, previous editions Appirio Calendar Sync, Appirio Contact Sync, and Appirio Premium Sync are no longer available to install from the AppExchange. Customers on free sync editions will continue to have access and be supported by Appirio without cost.
  • Improving reliability was a core tenet of the release so enhancements were made to upgrade support for current Google Data APIs, improve handling for larger sets of contacts data, and change options for sync frequency and the window of calendar sync to optimize the availability of the service.
  • Please review the release notes for more details on the changes delivered.

More about Appirio Cloud Sync:
Appirio Cloud Sync allows organizations that use Google Apps and to easily keep their calendars and contact lists in sync. The application is available for download from the AppExchange, can be used on a trial basis free for 30 days, and afterward is $4/user/month. The November 2011 Cloud Sync release builds on Appirio’s 4 years of experience delivering Google and Calendar and Contact synchronization technology to over 20,000 users across thousands of organizations.

To learn more about Cloud Sync please visit or contact us via

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