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Nick Graham-Brown

Synergy 2.0.11 is available now

The latest version of Synergy, 2.0.11, is available for download now.

Posted 2 weeks ago by Nick Graham-Brown
Nick Bolton

How to survive with Synergy on a locked down network

Synergy 2 uses your local area network (LAN) to send keystrokes, mouse movements and clipboard data between computers. This requires at least one of your computers to see the other, so they can talk directly. However, what if one of your computers is on an isolated WiFi network, or your Ethernet LAN is locked down so your computers can't see each other. Well, there's a couple of things you can do...

Posted 4 weeks ago by Nick Bolton
Nick Graham-Brown

Synergy 2.0.10 has arrived

The latest version of Synergy, 2.0.10, is available for download now.

Posted 4 weeks ago by Nick Graham-Brown
Nick Bolton

The Leadership Principles of Symless

I believe that being transparent is important. So, here's our Leadership Principles, which should give you some insight into how I run Symless...

Posted 1 month ago by Nick Bolton
Nick Bolton

Jerry is leaving Symless after 6 years

I have some sad news everyone. After 6 years of amazing work, Xinyu "Jerry" Hou is moving to Canada to start a new life with his fiancée, Ran. Jerry, we will all miss you dearly, not least since you're the first person I hired at Symless, but also because of your amazing contributions to Synergy over the years.

Posted 1 month ago by Nick Bolton
Nick Graham-Brown

We're looking for a C++ Software Engineer

Exciting times everyone! We're looking for a new C++14 Software Engineer.

Posted 1 month ago by Nick Graham-Brown
Nick Graham-Brown

Synergy 2.0.9 is here

The latest version of Synergy, 2.0.9, has arrived and is available for download now.

Posted 1 month ago by Nick Graham-Brown
Nick Graham-Brown

Synergy Forums - and Why We Love Them

Community forums are an invaluable resource for both businesses and customers alike. They provide a platform which brings users together under a common theme.

Posted 1 month ago by Nick Graham-Brown
Nick Graham-Brown

Synergy on Raspberry Pi

An exciting day at Symless today, as we successfully tested Synergy running on a Raspberry Pi!

Posted 1 month ago by Nick Graham-Brown
Nick Graham-Brown

Microsoft investing $5 billion in IoT over the next 4 years

Corporate Vice President at Microsoft, Julia White, has announced today plans to invest $5 billion into the Internet of Things over the next 4 years.

Posted 1 month ago by Nick Graham-Brown
Nick Graham-Brown

Apple to replace Intel chips with their own

Rumours have emerged that Apple is planning to replace Intel chips in its hardware by 2020. This news was reported by Bloomberg on Monday, and has seen the markets react accordingly with Intel shares closing down 6.1%.

Posted 1 month ago by Nick Graham-Brown
Nick Graham-Brown

Synergy 2.0.8 has landed

In this latest release we've made a number of tweaks, and there are two larger updates which we hope will make a big difference to our users.

Posted 1 month ago by Nick Graham-Brown
Nick Graham-Brown

Why Submit a Support Ticket?

Here at Symless we know that supporting our customers is of paramount importance. We’ve built a complex bit of software that aims to achieve a simple goal: making multi-device, cross platform working seamless for everyone. We also know that it doesn’t always go the way we think it will, and despite our best testing efforts we could never hope to replicate all the varied and wonderful use cases that our customers have. So, we rely on feedback from our users to help us spot the bugs, replicate problems, and ultimately make a better product.

Posted 2 months ago by Nick Graham-Brown
Nick Bolton

Synergy 2.0.7 is here!

We have released Synergy 2.0.7, download it now! If you're seeing a bug that isn't mentioned in the release notes then please contact customer support. Here's what's new...

Posted 2 months ago by Nick Bolton
Nick Bolton

Synergy QA: How does Symless test software?

Quality Assurance (QA)

Posted 2 months ago by Nick Bolton