Why do We start to Manage Our Clouds?
Through the use of cloud drives provided by internet giants, most individual users like you may already find how wonderful it is to store and share your data via clouds with no purchasing. Likewise, your company may subscript plenty of business plans of cloud drives to improve team collaboration and efficiency.
But given the fact that even the foremost popular cloud drive service Google Drive can only provide you with 15 GB of free space for storing at most, not to mention that those common cloud drives provide less free storage space from 2 GB to 5 GB to you. You may start to register more cloud drive accounts after a period of use to get obtain more free storage or to separately store your personal data and work data.
However, a tough difficulty may come to you that you should keep every account and its corresponding password clearly in mind while repeating to log in and out for better managing your clouds and trying hard to keep files and folders always in good order. And once you mistakenly upload files to the wrong cloud, your productivity will be reduced because next time you are very likely to forget the location of your files.
Therefore, you may wonder how can you manage cloud drives without wasting your effort and time. Fortunately, you can use a cloud file manager, MultCloud.
MultCloud aims to provide you with an accessible cloud file management service. You can manage multi-clouds centrally in one single interface within one login. MultCloud allows you to manage files through your clouds added to MultCloud by using the basic functions such as Upload, Download, Copy, Share, Cut, Delete, Rename, etc. You can also use some unique functions illustrated in the next title to make your cloud life more convenient.
One of the reasons that MultCloud owns such a large user base is that it supports more than 30 major cloud drives like Google Drive, G Suite, Dropbox, OneDrive, Mega, etc.
Transfer Data across Clouds
Once you add all your cloud drives into MultCloud, you can transfer online files like documents, photos, music, and videos from multiple clouds to another at once instead of downloading and uploading. For example, if you want to migrate Dropbox to OneDrive, all you have to do is to locate the files in Dropbox and the destination you want to transfer to in Google Drive through the interface.
Sync Data on Multiple Clouds
With the help of MultCloud, you can sync files between clouds instead of downloading files from one cloud and re-uploading them to another. In this way, you’ll be able to not only simply sync your data between different clouds but also achieve cloud-to-cloud backup easily.
MultCloud offers two major modes for you to sync which are One-way Sync and Two-way Sync. And if you upgrade to premium MultCloud, you can get another 8 distinctive modes under One-way Sync such as Mirror, Move, Cumulative, Update, Incremental, and Full Backup Sync.
Schedule Your Transfer or Sync Task
If one of your cloud drives is defined as a backup cloud by you or you need to regularly transfer or sync files between certain cloud drives, this “Scheduled Task” function in MultCloud will give you a large help. After setting the source and destination of your task, you can choose schedule periods like daily, weekly or monthly.
Seeing that the transfer and sync tasks run on the server of MultCloud, so you don’t have to wait for the task to be completed but can shut down the browser or straightly power off your device. I have the demand to know whether the task is done or not, you can ask MultCloud to send you an email notification when the task is completed.
Recently Updated Feature: Real-Time Sync
Unlike the normal sync task which only runs in single or cyclic ways under your commands, the Real-Time Sync function allows you to set one-time command but let MultCloud run the sync task as soon as you make a change in the source cloud drive. What’s more, the added, modified, or deleted files in the source cloud will be replicated to the target cloud. But the same kind of files in the target cloud won’t be replicated to the source cloud.
MultCloud works not as a cloud storage service but as a channel between all your cloud drives. So please don’t worry that MultCloud may store your data transferred through it. All the information is safely kept in the source and destination clouds.
Besides, MultCloud uses two kinds of security protections. The first one is the OAuth authorization system supported by Google Drive, SkyDrive, and Dropbox, etc. which enables third-party applications to make up a connection to cloud services without username and password required. And the second one is 256-bit AES Encryption which can effectively protect your data.
MultCloud is popular for its simple but functional interface, cost-effective subscription plans, and a great selection of connectors for multiple cloud storage platforms. Nevertheless, it is worth mentioning that it would be best for MultCloud to develop its mobile application for Android and iOS since we almost carry and work with phones all the time.