If you have installed our extension and have cloudHQ account, you’ll be able to view, manage, and customize your cloudHQ settings by visiting your cloudHQ dashboard. It’s also here where you’ll be able to access all our high productivity tools. Dashboard You can also navigate to your dashboard by clicking the cloudHQ icon that should now […]
We define a user as one personalized email address (email@example.com). Even if this user uses multiple cloud apps (Google Drive, OneDrive, etc.) we still count it as one user. So for example, if you have OneDrive (firstname.lastname@example.org), Google Drive (email@example.com) or Dropbox (firstname.lastname@example.org) and you sync or backup these cloud apps, that will be counted […]
A sync pair is a definition what to sync (i.e., which folders to sync, which cloud accounts to sync, etc.) and how to sync (one-way sync, two-way sync, how to convert documents, etc.).
cloudHQ integrates, syncs, and replicates data between different cloud service providers. The sync is defined by a “sync pair.” Sync pairs define the following: What to sync: which cloud accounts and folders should be synced? For example, sync Dropbox root with folder ABC in OneDrive. How to sync: is this one-sync? two-way sync? is this […]
Synchronization (or syncing, sync) in computing is the process of continuously ensuring that data (files, email, notes, documents, etc.) in one location are the exact replica of data from another location. Furthermore, the term synchronization also means that the data is automatically updated via certain rules. The example of file synchronization is how Dropbox syncs […]
Here are short instructions on how to manage your sync pairs in “Sync & Backup” tab: To see buttons in managing sync pair, click the specific sync pair you want to manage Start sync To start or enable sync pair, click “Start” button To start or enable all sync pairs, click “Start All Syncs” button […]
When you enable the option to “archive files before they are deleted or modified,” cloudHQ will ensure all your data is protected in real-time. Everything is backed up in real time, and nothing can be lost. Real-time data protection is backing up files, emails and other data by automatically making a backup copy of every […]
If you select the option Archive files before they are changed or deleted by sync, the cloudHQ sync process will ensure that files or folders will be archived before they are modified or deleted. These archived backup files will be stored in a folder named cloudHQ_archive, which will contain a history of all your files […]
What is real-time data protection and why does cloudHQ backup not need a schedule for backup sync pairs?
If you are using cloudHQ to back up your data, you might wonder why cloudHQ does not have a “schedule” for backup sync pairs. The reason is that cloudHQ real-time sync offers real-time data protection—everything is backed up in real time, and nothing can be lost. Real-time data protection is backing up files, emails and […]
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, […]