Nokia Sync Will Say Goodbye Very Soon, Microsoft Offers Solutions

Microsoft has issued a warning that reminds us that the service Nokia Sync It will cease to operate the next 5 of December 2014, and which proposes an option to allow users to safeguard your data and change to a different service.
Nokia Sync was launched in 2008 as Ovi Sync, and it is a service based on the SyncML to technology synchronizes personal data on your mobile device (agenda, calendar, etc) in the Nokia cloud. Although probably there were many users who have switched to other alternatives, the announcement will allow current users have ways not to lose that data.
The service there is an export option that allows those users Download these data as a CSV file to then be able to import to other services. There is another distinct option, the of migration, that will make those data to pass to a Microsoft Outlook account if you have one.
The closure of this service is one of the consequences of the acquisition of Nokia Microsoft Mobile division more than one year ago. As revealed in the official announcement, after that date of December 5, all data stored in Nokia Sync (whether they have been migrated or exported as if not) they will be destroyed “in the interest of the privacy of the information”.