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Cloud FastPath Alternative | Simple, Fast and Cost-Effective Migrations

Posted by Jayden @ Movebot on Jan 20, 2021 11:51:17 AM

A simple and cost-effective cloud fastpath alternative is Movebot. Movebot is  completely cloud hosted and managed, you can just sign up and use it, not to mention it is 70% more cost-effective than Cloud FastPath. Additionally, Movebot supports you with your migrations and offers real engineers for support and is a widely used data migration tool by service providers globally. 

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Topics: On-Premise, File Server, Cloud File Transfer, Cloud Migration, OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive, box, SharePoint, File Share, cloud fastpath

Google Drive (Workspace) Enterprise Migrations

Posted by Jayden @ Movebot on Jan 18, 2021 1:49:24 PM

Google Drive Enterprise (Workspace) migrations can be complex and there aren't any migration tools that make the process easy or simple. Google has some quirks, such as daily upload limits. Movebot is a simple to use, fast and cost-effective Google Drive migration tool. Movebot's pricing starts at 0.39 cents and scales from there, even more Movebot offers partners 20-40% margin on all migrations.

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Topics: On-Premise, File Server, Cloud File Transfer, Cloud Migration, OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive, box, SharePoint, File Share, mover

Mover Alternative | Simple, Fast and Cost-Effective Migrations

Posted by Jayden @ Movebot on Jan 18, 2021 12:09:38 PM

Mover was acquired by Microsoft towards the end of 2019, due to this there has been a gap in the market for an easy, accessible migration tool. Movebot is easy, simple and accessible, as well, it's the most cost-effective migration tool. Movebot's pricing starts at 0.39 cents per GB and goes down based on your data volume. Additionally Movebot offers all service provider partners 20-40% discount on all migrations. Movebot is fully cloud hosted which means you don't need to install any software or manage infrastructure, finally it supports cloud to cloud, and on-premise file systems to the cloud. 

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Topics: On-Premise, File Server, Cloud File Transfer, Cloud Migration, OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive, box, SharePoint, File Share, mover

How to migrate Google Drive to OneDrive

Posted by Jayden @ Movebot on Jan 12, 2021 12:14:15 PM

If you are looking to migrate your business's Google Workspace or your individual Google Drive into Microsoft's OneDrive this can prove to be difficult and take a long time, especially when you have a large amount of data or users.

 

Google and OneDrive are fundamentally different in how they handle data, Google for one is a bit of a wild west where you can have duplicate files, it supports Google Doc format (which no one else does) and accepts all character types and formats. Contrary OneDrive does not allow duplicate files in the same folder, supports Microsoft's file formats and has character limitations. Due to just these reasons, moving between Google Drive and OneDrive can cause headaches and unwanted stress. 

 
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Topics: On-Premise, File Server, Cloud File Transfer, Cloud Migration, OneDrive, Google Drive, File Share

How to find out how much data you have in your cloud

Posted by Jayden @ Movebot on Jun 11, 2020 2:19:00 PM

So you are either looking to move your data from one storage provider to another, or you are just a curious human wondering how many selfies, videos, music and other random files you have collected over the past ten years. Potentially you could even be leaving an organization and quickly need to backup your data before losing access!

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Topics: Cloud Storage, OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive, box

Migrating between Google Drive and OneDrive

Posted by Jayden @ Movebot on Jun 11, 2020 1:50:25 PM

Moving between cloud storage can be frustrating, slow and a costly process — both time and money. Most applications and providers obviously don’t like people leaving, and make it incredibly infuriating when you try and simply get out.

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Topics: Cloud File Transfer, Cloud Migration, OneDrive, Google Drive