In this article, you’ll find a new way to help migrate from one G Suite to another G Suite directly. With the help of it, it can help move data stored drive from G Suite to another quickly and securely.
We all know that G Suite is a suite of productivity and collaboration tool which aims to resolve problems that most companies and organizations have faced. In one suite of tools, it offers for email, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation decks, shared calendars, cloud storage, virtual conferencing, and much more. This is really convenient for the company’s centralized management and greatly improves the work efficiency of employees.
“Hello, we are currently searching for a tool to sync about 20TB cloud data including files, folders, programs, etc. currently stored in a G Suite Drive account and want to sync it to a new account since the organization ownership and access requirements have changed. I need to migrate data stored Drive from the old G Suite to new account urgently. Is there any tool that can deal with it?”
To change the domain from one to others, many users may have this demand. It’s not a problem to migrate personal Google Drive to G Suite because the storage of personal Google Drive is limited, thus it cannot store much data so many of us can use the Download and Upload functions that Google Drives provides to resolve this problem. However, there comes a question on how to migrate from one G Suite to another if the data is very large. Is there any tool that can transfer large data from one G Suite to another account quickly?
Luckily, a top way, MultCloud, a FREE web-based cloud to cloud transfer tool, will guide you how to make it.
As a cloud file transfer service, MultCloud can not only integrate multiple cloud drives in one place for bulk backup/transfer or sync files between cloud drives without downloading and uploading; but also supports scheduled cloud to cloud backup at a regular interval to keep your data safe. It has the following merits:
It currently supports more than 30 cloud drives, including Google Drive, G Suite, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Dropbox, Dropbox for Business, MEGA, Flickr, Google Photos, etc.
Now, let’s see how MultCloud works.
After having a basic understanding of MultCloud, you must be anxious to know how MultCloud works. Continue to read the following parts to get the answer.
Create one MultCloud account.
Note: If you just want to know how it works before registering one account, you could click “Experience without signing up” option next to the “Sign Up” button so you’ll get one temp account to have a try.
After logging in MultCloud, you could click the “Add Clouds” button to add your G Suite accounts to MultCloud.
After adding your G Suite accounts to MultCloud, you could create one “Cloud Sync” task so it can help migrate data from one G Suite to another. Select data you want to move as the source, select the target path under your new G Suite account as the destination, click “Sync Now” and wait for the process to complete.
As you can see it’s really easy to migrate G Suite to G Suite in just 3 steps with the help of MultCloud, which saves a lot of time. In addition to “Cloud Sync”, you may find MultCloud also has “Cloud Explorer” and “Cloud Transfer”.
For “Cloud Explorer”, you are allowed to do many operations like you are doing them through the cloud drive itself. For example, if you want to upload to Google Drive from URL, you can use “Upload URL” feature through “Cloud Explorer”.
For “Cloud Transfer”, it can help transfer numerous files between cloud drives at once instead of using the traditional downloading and uploading way. If you want to migrate from Dropbox to Google Drive, it’s worth to have a try.
Multcloud Key Features
Transfer files in clouds, FTP and WebDav for easily file management & information delivery.
Sync two clouds or directories in two clouds through two-way sync or one-way sync.
Combine multiple cloud storages into one and manage them like in Windows explorer.