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Sironta is a P2P collaborative tool used for exchanging, creating and editing documents that require teamwork.

Sironta connects two or more users without making any network changes to share files of any type and any size from anywhere in the world without violating the terms of confidentiality or the NDA that such documents may have. It is not browser-dependent and can be used even when you are not on-line.

As a global application it runs smoothly on Windows, Linux or Mac OS.

Sironta is an innovative software suite that makes real-time collaboration easy. Designed to work everywhere, Sironta is not web-dependent and can be used even when you are not on-line. As a global application it runs smoothly on any Microsoft, Linux or Mac OS.

Sironta connects two or more users without making any network changes to share files of any type and any size from anywhere in the world without violating the terms of confidentiality or the NDA that such documents may have.

Peer-to-Peer, Direct communication tool.

Distributed network, not centralized on an external server.

OpenOffice embedded to create and edit documents. Shared documents can be modified directly in Sironta without the need to open another office suite. If, moreover, you decide to create a new document, it can be created in Sironta as it incorporates OpenOffice.
Sharing files of any type and any size, without limitations or restrictions. The shared files can be of any size and any type without the typical constraints of online storage services. Sironta is ideal for large files because there is no storage limit.

You can work collaboratively from anywhere at anytime. You only need a computer. Not depending on updates or errors on the server.

No modification of the documents type. Unlike other services that modify the documents type to transform them into their own type, Sironta always keeps the document in its original form, without changing the extensions.

No network congestion. All SaaS applications always handle the whole file. With Sironta, after editing a document, only changes are sent through the network, not entire files.

It is not an online application. The majority of collaborative tools are web-based, not installed on users machines.
Possibility of editing documents off-line. Sironta can boot without network connection and can work on documents even if that computer is offline. Once you reconnect to the network, the changes will be synchronized with the other users.

128 bit SSL privacity. Unlike web-based products, maintainance of the confidentiality of documents and file sharing. There is no information leakage.

It is open source. Sironta is created with an open source license, bringing advantages to read, modify, redesign, develop or improve the product code.

Works with files of any type of application you already have installed on your computer.

As a global application it runs on any Microsoft, Linux or Mac OS X.

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