SyncOffice, SyncOS and their utilities are intentionally designed with no special requirements. You can easily run them on your daily used computer and mobile devices, as well as under ordinary network arrangement. But they do have some requirements.
For the time being, Teleon only provide standalone SyncOffice suite for specific order customers in Windows version. For public, SyncOffice suite will be provided as an installed app within SyncOS or SyncOffice-VA for security reason. SyncOffice Linux and macOS editions could also be available if market feedback is positive. SyncOffice inherits the requirements from LibreOffice, and needs Java runtime environment installed.
SyncOS is a Debian live USB, derived from Secure-K OS. It loads the OS into PC's memory, including its virtual machine container. Everything is running on memory with real time IO access to USB drive. Large PC's memory size and high USB port speed can hugely improve the work performance.
SyncOffice-VA is provided as a live OS image file. This .iso type image file can be used directly as VirtualBox guest boot media file. It can also be burned into a CD/DVD disc or a USB drive. When it's used as live CD/DVD or live USB, its requirement is similar to SyncOS. It loads the OS into PC's memory. Everything is running on memory. Enough PC's memory size can hugely improve the work performance.
When it's used as virtual host's guest image, its requirements are as follows.
When it's used as live CD/DVD, its requirements are:
When it's used as live USB, its requirements are:
For the time being, Teleon only provide SyncOffice Manager for Windows version. The Linux and macOS version could be available if market feedback supports them. To smoothly launch third party tools, it needs the application running with administrator privilege.
SyncOffice's Login-Extension and SyncOS use HTTP for RAS/RSS authorization. SyncOffice Manager uses XMPP and HTTP for service login and RAS/RSS uploading. It needs the underlying working network opens related XMPP and HTTP port for remote server access.
Teleon provides a number of web sites for different service portals. Their sub-domains are used in different phases of business activities. There are also various third party service and sites are helping. These web sites and domains need to be opened locally if firewall applied.