What is the initial transfer of data?

When the very first sync starts, cloudHQ starts its “initial transfer of data.” During this stage, cloudHQ needs to investigate the structure of the cloud services being synced and to copy all data between two cloud services. This initial stage is divided into three phases: First Phase: Cataloging of meta-data When the very first sync starts, […]

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IT admin: How to enable IMAP for your Google Apps

NOTE: Google Support note on this topic: https://support.google.com/a/answer/105694?hl=en . Sign into the Google Admin console. From the dashboard, go to Apps > Google Apps > Gmail > Advanced settings. In the Organizations section, select the organizational unit for which you want to configure settings. Under POP and IMAP Access, select or clear the checkbox for Disable POP […]

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How to migrate all files from Dropbox to Google Drive (single user)

Here are short instructions on how to migrate all your files in Dropbox to Google Drive: Go to the Synchronization wizard.  Click the Dropbox icon: Select an already-configured Dropbox account or click “Add Dropbox” to add a new Dropbox account: If you click “Add Dropbox,” you will be forwarded to authorize cloudHQ to access your account: […]

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At what speed, or how long will the initial data transfer take?

Our transfer rate averages from 1GB to about 10GB per hour per account. However, in many cases, it is very difficult to predict how long a given transfer will take. Depending on the number of directories, the number of files, the size of those files, and the source/destination, it can sometimes take longer than expected […]

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How to sync Office 365 SharePoint and Dropbox

Here are short instructions for how to set up synchronization between SharePoint and Dropbox. NOTE: You must have a cloudHQ Business Plan to add SharePoint accounts using cloudHQ. Click the “Sync & Integrate” tab, then click on “Single User Setup“: Click “Single User Setup“: Click the “SharePoint Online / Office 365” icon: Select an already-existing Office […]

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How cloudHQ integrates Salesforce with cloud storage services

cloudHQ offers the following integrations of Salesforce with cloud storage services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, SharePoint, OneDrive, Box, and others: Integrate Salesforce documents and files with your storage. Backup Salesforce data (including Salesforce exports) Sync and integrate Salesforce reports. Integrate Salesforce documents and files with your storage cloudHQ can sync (and keep in sync) […]

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Why is storage usage different between Google Drive and Dropbox?

Dropbox and Google Drive calculate storage usage quite differently. Here are some differences: Google Drive counts files that are in trash against your storage quota. Google Drive counts versions of files against your storage quota. If a file is changed twice, it will use double the quota when compared to a file that was changed […]

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How to re-authorize Salesforce

Go to your Salesforce setup. Click “Connected Apps Oauth Usage”. Click “Block” and then click “Unblock” next to cloudHQ: Then go to https://www.cloudHQ.net/services. You should see that Salesforce is un-authorized (click on Refresh if needed). Click the “Authorize” link next to your Salesforce: Go to https://www.cloudHQ.net/synch and verify your sync pairs. If needed, start the […]

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How does cloudHQ sync Evernote with Dropbox, Google Drive or other file system cloud services?

cloudHQ can export Evernote notes into the following formats: PDF HTML MS Word OpenOffice Google Docs (if sync’d with Google Drive) TXT ENEX format (explained here: https://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/28607737) cloudHQ also allows you to sync an entire Evernote notebook as one big PDF file—so you have one PDF file for each notebook. The note attachments are exported as they […]

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