In this post, you will find three solutions to help you transfer Dropbox files to Amazon Cloud quickly. Read below part to select one that you are most interested in.
You will know how to migrate Dropbox files to Amazon Cloud Drive from this post.
As we all know, Dropbox is a wonderful network storage device with two most important functions - storage and syncing.
However, Amazon Cloud Drive does not support syncing files, instead it’s just a simple batch uploader to help you get files to your Amazon Cloud Drive account by dragging and dropping. This is a relatively laborious process, but it ensures that your files are indeed safe and secure. Because Amazon Cloud Drive stores files only in the cloud, you can only access files manually from a device with a modern Web browser and manually grab files, then manually re-upload files to Amazon Cloud Drive once any changes has been made. All make it harder to access your data compared to Dropbox with which files you access are stored on your local device.
For you, if saving a copy of your data in the cloud securely is what you want, then Amazon Cloud Drive might be a choice because its price is relatively low and it provides users with immediate and secure data storage solution. So you can use it as a backup tool to back up files from Dropbox to Amazon Cloud. But is there any solution that can copy files from Dropbox to Amazon Cloud Drive directly? You will find the answer by continuing reading the following parts.
Step 1. Sign in your Dropbox account through the Dropbox website.
Step 2. Confirm file or folder you want to download, put the cursor to the three-dot symbol and click the “Download” button and wait for the process to complete.
Step 3. Log in your Amazon Cloud account through the Amazon Cloud Drive website.
Step 4. Click “Upload” button on the left control panel. Select “Files” or “A Folder” under “Upload”, select files or folders that need to upload from your local PC and wait for the process to complete.
This is a very traditional way to help you get things done. If your files are not particularly large, you can choose this method. But if you have a lot of files and the files are large, this can be very time consuming. So here we offer you two popular solutions to achieve your goal with MultCloud quickly.
Step 1. Create an MultCloud account.
Step 2. Add your Dropbox and Amazon Cloud Drive accounts to MultCloud.
By the way, you can add unlimited same provider's accounts to MultCloud, for example: Merge two Amazon cloud accounts to MultCloud.
After they are added to MultCloud successfully, choose the following two new ways to complete the operation.
Open your Dropbox account, select files and folders you want to transfer, right click the blank area, click “Copy to” from the pop up window and select your Amazon Cloud account as the destination location. Click “Transfer” button and wait for the process to complete.
Create a “Cloud Transfer” task. Select folders you need to copy from your Dropbox, select Amazon Cloud Drive as the destination location. Click “Transfer Now” and wait for the process to complete.
Following the above methods, you can easily and quickly transfer files from Dropbox to Amazon Cloud drive. At this time, you may wonder how MultCloud works? MultCloud is a free cloud file manager tool that can help you transfer/ sync files from one cloud to other clouds that is based on web. The authorization system of MultCloud is based on OAuth that is a standard authorization framework which enables third party applications to access multiple cloud accounts without username and password. It mainly has three major functions: “Cloud Explorer”, “Cloud Transfer” and “Cloud Sync”. It supports more than 30 clouds at present. So, if you want to transfer files between MEGA accounts, you can make full use of “Cloud Transfer”; if you want to realize Dropbox to OneDrive Sync, you can use “Cloud Sync”.
MultCloud Supports Clouds
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.