Why Evernote cloud backup is necessary?
To answer this question, we should know about Evernote, this is related to its essence. Evernote is an easy note taking application that makes it convenient for people to capture and remember ideas, pictures, contacts, and other things you like. Users will collaborate these chips in Evernote to complete a full story or article later. Then, moving the integrated notes to another place as backup is better.
Evernote essentially synchronizes files among your various devices, but it isn't a backup solution. When you use Evernote on your Windows or Mac computer and sync your account, you have already made two backups of your notes: on your computer and Evernote’s server. You can access to your notes easily.
But if you want to be totally sure you’ll always have your notes, you might want to make a manual backup. Today, just storing in local disk is not enough, though you can do this either by exporting the notebook information or by making copies of its local database from your desktop. Saving in cloud is much safer most of the time than before.
Use MultCloud to do Evernote cloud backup
Due to the rapid development of cloud computing, more and more people choose to store files in cloud. Evernote local backup has been mentioned above, now I will explain how to do Evernote cloud backup. This so-called cloud backup means copying notes in Evernote to another cloud drive here. For example: to Dropbox(Backup Evernote to Dropbox), to Google Drive or to SugarSync(Evernote sync with Sugarsync), etc. You can also re-edit the document like you can PS the photos after transferring to Flickr. To realize such kind of backup, a tool is necessary - MultCloud. MultCloud is a cloud-syncing service that allows some of your cloud-based applications to communicate and back each other up in real-time.
In order to try MultCloud quickly. Its official design “Experience without signing up” is available. After signing in MultCloud, please add Evernote and other cloud services into MultCloud. Then you can visit and move files in Evernote to another service.
MultCloud supports: Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SugarSync, Alfresco, hubiC, OneDrive, MEGA, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, HiDrive, MySQL, Flickr, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, BaiDu, WebDav and FTP/SFTP.
More information of MultCloud
MultCloud supports more than 20 clouds. It is a web app, that means you can use it on any device through Internet. With MultCloud, people don’t need to download files from Evernote then re-upload to another cloud any more. I hope you would like MultCloud!