My Frrrrriends, how are you all today?
I don't know if there are guys among you who would remember that in the olden days, companies used to have a "pipeline" that one put a cartridge in and in the cartridge can be anything from money, documents and even an invitation for a date. One would put that cartridge inside this "pipeline" and the cartridge would steam ahead to its destination...usually a few floor higher....otherwise what would be the point of being too lazy to walk to an office on the same floor.
OK, my point...
Is there a way for me to create a "pipeline" between 2 PC's so that when I dump a file in FencePipe on PC A, the file will travel via my network and dumps in FencePipe on PC B?......and visa versa obviously? These Fences sends/receives files from 2 different pc's.
This would really help a LOT!
This is VERY needed as we constantly work on the same files (doing different things). I just took a pic on my Note 4 and want to send it via the Pipeline to the PC 10 floors up so 1) my USB cable is too short 2) the pic is too large to email 3) my free Dropbox space and OneDrive are full and I DON'T want to walk 10 floors up....or stand in an elevator where the human race decided talking to each other in an elevator is a sin.
Greetings from Cape Town