Everything SOS does to collaborate is all online. Sure, we back up our files to our personal hard drives but the meat of it all, the main hub, is all in the cloud.
So when we decided recently to transfer all of our files from Dropbox over to Google Drive, we found ourselves in a bit of a conundrum. Sure, we could download our massively large folders from Dropbox as ZIP files and upload them to Google Drive, but that was taking many hours of sitting and waiting, not to mention putting a large burden on our internet speed. Plus, half the time the ZIP files would be corrupt so we’d have to start over.
Then we found cloud HQ which syncs all of our files between Dropbox and Google Drive for us so we don’t have to use our time or resources moving everything over. They have a paid plan or, in exchange for writing a blog post like this one, they will give you a 1-year premium subscription to move virtually anything you want. It’s a pretty sweet business plan and we hope it brings them lots of attention.
Thanks, Cloud HQ!