More and more Internet users are using cloud storage service (or online backup service) today. Cloud drive can be useful to you in several ways. For example, it can save the disk space on your PC if you store your data online. Also, it can be used as a backup service so that your files are all safe in the cloud even if your computer hard drive is broken. Even luckier that today cloud service has become increasingly popular because of their cross-platform support. It means that you can upload your documents from your PC to the cloud and can instantly access it via your mobile.
When choosing cloud storage services, I place value on features and price: Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon S3, OneDrive, SugarSync, etc. It seems to me, Google was the winner before. But now, OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive), has picked up a few substantial updates in recent memory, you can access all the files on your PC from another computer using OneDrive website. Especially today, OneDrive is integrated to Microsoft Office Online (and now with Windows 8 as well), you can view your documents (Word, Excel, PDF, etc.) online without downloading them to your PC.
Transfer Google Drive’s Files to OneDrive with Multcloud
So the problem is how to transfer all my Google Drive’s files to OneDrive without using any bandwidth. That’s when MultCloud came into the image:
MultCloud is free to use. As a multiple cloud storage manager, all cloud services mentioned above are supported by MultCloud, including sync and backup data across them. To get started with MultCloud, you must create an account of MultCloud and activate it in your registered email.
Once you have logged in, the first page is asking you to add your first cloud drive. Select OneDrive from the panel and grant MultCloud permission over your account. Because the authorization system of MultCloud is based on OAuth, which is a standard authorization framework that enables third party applications to access multiple cloud accounts without username and password required. It is safe to use MultCloud.
After you have added OneDrive and Google Drive in MultCloud, you will see all files in them from the MultCloud’s interface. You can manage files using the MultCloud dashboard. To transfer all Google Drive’s files to OneDrive, check all the folders you would like to moveand drag them to OneDrive.
After that, all you need to do is sitting back and waiting. MultCloud will copy all files from Google Drive to OneDrive without wasting your bandwidth and you can continue with your work. There will be also a progress box at the bottom of MultCloud’s window to show you the progress.
MultCloud claims that neither your login credentials nor the files you working on will be stored. All the transfers are done with 256-bit encryption. MultCloud is really a hassle-free way to help you sync, backup and move files between cloud services. Moreover, MultCloud has a Google Chrome extension. If you use Google Chrome browser, we highly suggest you to install it. As for how to use it, please visit here.