Dropbox has come a long way in the cloud storage market from being a consumer based offering to evolving into a true business solution. Dropbox has built out a lot of features to truly make them a competitive product in the team collaboration space. One of the complexities of migrating into Dropbox is when it comes to migrating from your traditional file server or NAS into Dropbox.
The SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT) is a common tool used by IT Teams to migrate businesses data into SharePoint Online. The tool supports SharePoint On-Premise or a File Share, with this comes limitations and barriers that can become frustrating and a hindrance when it comes to migrating an entire organization.
The SharePoint online movement is happening and a large amount of businesses and teams are migrating their way into the Office 365 suite, more specifically SharePoint online. This is related due to cost cutting exercises internally due to the global effects of COVID.
Migrating data between object storage platforms is difficult and can take a lot of time. This post will cover how to migrate data between two object storage endpoints, whether it is Amazon S3, Azure Blob, IBM S3, Dell EMC, Wasabi, Cloudian, GCP or anything in between using Movebot.
In reality, if you have your bucket names and API keys ready to go, this will take less than a minute.
Data migrations can be time consuming and while you are migrating your initial wave of content, data may change or become out of date by the time you and your users go to access it. This is where delta or partial migrations are useful.
Traditionally when migrating data, users or organizations between storage platforms the process is long, complex and inundated with steps. This process slows down the actual migration, creates barriers and overall just makes it hard. The way we operate at Movebot is simplicity, ease and affordability. With all of this in mind, data migrations are zero risk and can be done at anytime without impacting business operations.
If you are looking for a true file server in the cloud, then Egnyte is going to be a good solution for you. Unlike other data providers, Egnyte is structured and the data is centralized compared to platforms where the data tends to reside in the users drives and shared links are created into shared drives. Recent changes with Dropbox and G Suite have enabled more centralized data with their team drives. However, when you are looking for something more traditional, much like a local file server, then Egnyte is going to be the right choice for you.
Egnyte is a single content platform that is a way to secure and manage all your content across distributed teams, devices and apps. Unlike other cloud storage providers, Egnyte has a centralized data structure, what you would expect from a traditional file server, but in the cloud. Compared to other cloud storage providers that offer an unstructured means (users "own" the data and then have to share it out) Egnyte is simple and great for organizations who like centralized data management.
Couchdrop, the safe pair of digital hands used to move your data from one location to another, is excited to announce it has joined the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program as a Build Partner.
Given the current climate with COVID and the need for employers to work remotely, whether this be from home, or being socially distant from each other, the ability to work and collaborate remotely is paramount. Cloud storage and content management solutions such as Egnyte, SharePoint and G Suite are perfect for those in the Enterprise looking for simple and scalable content management solutions.
Considering cloud storage is becoming the latest utility and data becoming the new oil the playing field is highly competitive when it comes to storing the data. You can store 1TB through Wasabi for $5.99 per month or 2TB through IDrive for $5.79 per month. However, the downside is when the time comes to move to the cloud storage or between cloud storage at an affordable rate.
Moving your data to the cloud can be a stressful and time-consuming task. Traditional means involve downloading information to only re-upload it again, or the process involves jumping through hoops to get your data where you want it.
Cloud file transfer services are becoming more common as organizations and enterprises look to make a move to the cloud. According to IBM’s 2020 cloud trends, hybrid multi-cloud solutions are emerging as the favored strategy for organizations.