MultCloud: A Helpful Tool for Cloud Storage Migration and Management

Cloud drive service is so helpful for your personal life and work, don’t you think so? You can work on one device in one location and then continue your work on a different device in a different location seamlessly. This is all thanks to cloud technology. But have you ever stopped to think about how can you transfer, sync, and backup data across different clouds? For example, how can you move files from one Google Drive to another, or how can you copy from OneDrive to Google Drive? In other words, how can you achieve cloud migration and cloud file management easily?

Why Do Cloud Migration and Cloud File Management?

  1. In case there is a unique feature appeared in a cloud storage platform which you immediately need to use but the files are actually stored in another cloud drive, then you may need to migrate files from old cloud to the new one before using the feature.
  2. When your team decides to collaborate together through cloud drive but the brand of cloud drive is different from the one that you currently use, you may still need to move the files which your team needs from one cloud storage platform to another.
  3. If your cloud drive is lack of storage space and you have a large demand on storing files in it, you’d better do cloud migration to move the files which you seldom use to a new cloud account.

Why Choose MultCloud for Cloud Migration and Cloud File Management?

In common sense, cloud migration requires you to download files from one cloud and then upload these files to another cloud manually. This way of cloud migration will not only take up too much storage of your local devices during transfer but also waste your time and effort.

Luckily, MultCloud, a free web-based cloud file manager, provides a fashionable way to perform cloud migration in an easiest way and also manage multiple cloud storage services efficiently.

Migrate Files from One Cloud Drive to Another

With MultCloud, you just need to put a single click but can successfully migrate files from Dropbox to OneDrive fast without waiting. You can even close the browser or your device before the cloud migration is done. Because MultCloud can run the task in background.

If you still want to know whether the cloud migration is completed or not, there are two ways for you to get the detailed information about the tasks. One is to enter the “Task List” page of MultCloud to see the progress of each task. And the second is to let MultCloud send an email notification to you as soon as the task is done.

What’s more, MultCloud allows you to migrate data from cloud to cloud automatically and periodically. All you have to do is set daily, weekly, or monthly scheduled cloud file transfer before starting the transfer task.

In addition, if there are some files which you do not want to move to another cloud but you are tired of selecting them one by one, you can use the “Filter” function in the “Options” to only transfer or ignore files with certain extensions when starting the Cloud Transfer task. However, this advanced function is only available for upgraded users in MultCloud.

Manage Files among Cloud Storage Services in A Single Interface

MultCloud doesn’t require you to download or install any desktop application before using. Instead, it provides an easy-to-use website for you to do cloud migration and manage cloud storage account no matter with computer or mobile device.

Once you sign up, log in, and add your cloud drives to MultCloud, you can find the clear information about the used and total storage of your clouds. What’s more, you can enter the cloud page to upload, download, copy, cut, rename, preview, and remote upload files with the cloud drive directly in MultCloud.

Security Concern: MultCloud Never Save Your Data

Your data will not be stored in any form in MultCloud. Because MultCloud only works as a bridge between two cloud services. All the data during transfer is securely stored in the source and destination clouds.

Besides, MultCloud uses OAuth authorization system and 256-bit AES Encryption to both protect your data and your cloud accounts.

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