Zoho Docs support now available for Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and Linux-Mint
With the latest update, Zoho Docs sync now
supports more versions of Linux. Here's a list of all the
version supported for Linux:
Linux Mint Debian
Please note that .DEB packaging has been
depreciated in order to simplify the installation process. Now, a
common BIN installer is available for all the Linux
versions. Follow the below installation procedure to install the
- Depending on the OS
architecture (32 bit / 64 bit) you are using, download the Zoho Docs.tar.gz.
- Extract the downloaded file.
- Double click on the Zoho Docs Installer file
to complete the installation.
For more help, please refer our help pages. If you have any issues while
installation, leave us a comment or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Security Update: Zoho Docs is phasing out TLS 1.0 and 1.1 support
We'd like to draw your attention to an important security update that will take effect on August 31, 2018. As part of our continuous efforts to keep Zoho services secure and reliable, and to meet updated PCI standards, we're phasing out the early TLS protocols—1.0 and 1.1. What's TLS? Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a cryptographic technology protocol used to provide secure transfer of sensitive information over the internet. Why is this necessary? According to NIST (National Institute of
Zoho Docs Sync is now compatible with Mac OS High Sierra.
Apple released it's latest OS update MacOS High Sierra a couple of days ago. We've updated our desktop app accordingly, so that users who have upgraded to the new OS find no trouble with syncing files. An important part of this update is that Zoho Docs Sync now supports the new Apple File System that has been introduced with the OS launch. Download the latest version of Zoho Docs Sync here. Please write to us at email@example.com for help. Cheers, Zoho Docs
Introducing True Syncing of Read-only Folders - Zoho Docs Sync
Some files are to be read, others to be edited, and some few to be scrutinized and reviewed. The permissions you grant while you share a file decide the level of activity a user can do on your file. If you have a set of files to be shared with your team and you don't want the contents to be changed in any way, then you can share the files in a read-only folder. But what happens when read-only folders are synced to desktops? Read-only folders synced