How does cloudHQ backup (real-time data protection) work?

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 […]

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What is the cloudHQ_archive folder?

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 […]

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What is sync?

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 […]

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What is sync pair?

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.).

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How does cloudHQ work?

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 […]

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How cloudHQ handles conflicts

When a cloudHQ sync runs into a file that exists in both the target and source cloud services, but this file was never synced through cloudHQ or file was changed on both location simultaneously, cloudHQ will do the following: cloudHQ will first download file from both the source and target cloud service. cloudHQ will compare […]

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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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How cloudHQ maps Basecamp 2 to filesystem

If “Sync only attached files (exclude all discussions, todos, and text documents)” is enabled, cloudHQ creates a folder for each Basecamp project and puts all project files (uploads or attachments to discussions) into that folder. You will see something like this in your Box, Dropbox or Google Drive account: <Project Name 1>/            […]

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