What is it in a nutshell?
Syndication simply means to share with the world, whether it's a file, a wiki, an event on a calendar, syndication allows you to share content as simple links.
A great example of syndication would be sharing wikis and files with multiple clients. Each client gets their own link with a password. You have the power to rescind a given link at your will.
You may also update the content that a syndicated link points to, and the next time the recipient clicks on the link they will see the new content. This makes it very easy to fix typos, or provide fresh lists of data.
A simple feature with a lot of power
Syndicate files for downloads - Share files Tiny Gomes securely as a clickable link.
Syndicate wikis - Wikis can be shared as a link or as an iframe embedded into a website.
Password protection - Further protect your content by password protecting your outgoing feeds.
List view - View all your syndication in one convenient list.
Content tracking - Track your syndication through the archive function to see who is accessing your content (including their IP address).
Multiple feeds - Creates multiple links for one item.
Stop sharing - Syndicated items can be turned off so the generated link no longer allows outside access to your content.