Transfer files whenever you want
Cloud Storage is the term that refers to managing data through hosted network. As time goes by, kinds of cloud drives have been developed. Some public clouds such as Dropbox, Google Drive, etc while private one like ownCloud whose privacy depends on your hosting provider’s terms. Basically, a cloud enables users to upload personal documents to a central Internet server, which is similar to making a backup. Of course, data can be downloaded to other devices so that you don’t have to worry whether some important external drives are forgotten or not. By this token, it also works as a transit point to transfer files from one cloud to another whenever you want as long as there is network.
Combine all cloud drives with MultCloud
As numerous cloud services hit on the scene, a lot of people have employed multiple of them even several accounts of each. In this situation, it seems very inconvenient to move files from one cloud to another manually because no one would like to do “log in - upload/download - log out” infinitely. What if there’s a app that has the ability to integrate cloud storage all together? Isn’t it worth trying? MultCloud is the one recommended here.
MultCloud eliminates the requirement of opening many browser tabs or applications on tablets/phones then sign in to different accounts again and again. Truely you can access all your clouds with one login only. There have been more than 20 clouds supported: Dropbox, Evernote, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Hubic, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP.
Steps for transfer
Migrating data from one cloud to another is like a piece of cake with MultCloud. Just register firstly. It’s possible to experience without signing up.
Secondly, add cloud drives you own.
Thirdly, when services appear on the left side, it’s ready for you to transfer files from one cloud to another by dragging or through right-click menu “Copy”/ “Copy to” option. Here is an example: Transfer files between Dropbox and Google Drive.
By the way, it’s possible to set scheduled transmission under “Transfer”. Tutorial of scheduled file copy. In fact, use this Transfer or Backup Service, you can set more options when transferring.
Generally, just with a few of clicks, copying files from one cloud to another is finished. MultCloud not only provides powerful functions but also ensures the security since website connect and data transfer using 256-bit AES encryption for SSL.
Learn more: Sync Cloud is another kind of transfer.