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cloudHQ Now Integrates with Amazon Cloud Drive

We’re all using different cloud services for different kinds of media: pictures, videos, documents, emails, notes, and more. Whatever you’re storing in the cloud, they all have one thing in common: they’re in the cloud.
We’ve identified 2 major problems with the cloud

    1. Using the cloud is both inexpensive and efficient.
      But what happens when you stop remembering exactly where everything is because you’re using so many cloud services? This is an extremely common problem. A great way to make sure that you can still use the apps you want to, but find everything at your fingertips, is to use a central file management system. One place for all your things, but still be able to use all the different services that you love.
    2. Collaboration Is A Nightmare:
      Even if you’ve gone through the trouble to find your file, it’s hard for anyone that you’re sharing it with to open it in their preferred cloud service, and while they won’t tell you anything, it’s annoying for them. And sending documents via email is a disaster- you never have the most up-to-date version of anything, and searching for them in a sea of attachments is just the worst.

It’s easy to see how the cloud can become such a hassle. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

We’ve added a new feature for you to use with your Amazon Cloud Drive account that lets you sync and consolidate your Gmail, Google Drive, Evernote, Sharepoint, Dropbox, OneDrive, Box, or any other cloud service that you might want to use in your Amazon Cloud Drive. All your documents, emails, email attachments, projects, etc. will automatically be available to you in the apps you were already using, as well as in Amazon Cloud Drive; as your central file repository.

You’ll have everything in one place with secure, and easy to share file management. You won’t even need to have your PC or Mac running, or worry if your internet is working properly. Everything is done on cloudHQ servers, and as soon as your initial transfer is done, you’ll get a confirmation email to let you know that your sync is running. Once you set up your sync, it’ll continue updating all the information between those apps from that point onwards, so you’ll always have the most current version in your Amazon Cloud Drive account.

How to Setup Your Cloud Sync
    1. Click on cloudHQ


    1. Once you click on the cloudHQ button, you’ll be redirected to the cloudHQ website. Click on “Get Started” and just choose which services you want to sync by clicking on the box next to those cloud services:


    1. You’ll then be prompted to sign in and authorize cloudHQ to access the accounts you choose to sync.


  1. Your sync with Amazon Cloud Drive is enabled!

Once your sync is enabled, whatever you store or update in other services will be in your Amazon Cloud Drive, and vice versa. This includes any changes that you might want to make- so if you change a file name in Amazon Cloud Drive while it’s being synched with your Evernote notebook, your notebook name change will be reflected in Evernote, even though you changed that notebook name in Amazon Cloud Drive.

In cloudHQ, you can also enable archive folders. This way, not only will you have an integrated cloud experience, but a backup of everything before any changes were made to your files, too.

Enjoy a richer cloud experience.



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