With cloudHQ, you can set up a real-time backup of all your Google Drive, Google Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Contacts accounts to any cloud storage (Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Dropbox, etc.).

Real-time data backup is the backup of files by automatically making a backup copy of every change made to your Google Drive files.

This means that cloudHQ is essentially capturing every version of your Google Drive files and saving them to your dedicated cloud storage. It allows the Google Apps administrator to restore data (or create a snapshot of your system) to any point in time. You can think about cloudHQ sync as a very powerful version of Apple Time Machine.

To set up real-time backup of your files, you’ll need to create backup sync pairs that will back up each of your users’ Google Drive account to a dedicated folder. For example, something like this:

Google Drive (bob@acme.com)   -> Amazon S3/Backup_bucket/bob@acme.com/Google Drive (bob@acme.com)
Google Drive (alice@acme.com) -> Amazon S3/Backup_bucket/alice@acme.com/Google Drive (alice@acme.com)
Google Gmail (bob@acme.com) -> Amazon S3/Backup_bucket/bob@acme.com/Google Gmail (bob@acme.com)

Supported Backup Storage Services

cloudHQ supports backup to the following cloud storage services:

  1. Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier
  2. Amazon CloudDrive
  3. Dropbox
  4. Box
  5. Google Drive
  6. Office 365 SharePoint
  7. Office 365 OneDrive Business
  8. OneDrive Personal
  9. Egnyte
  10. SugarSync
  11. WebDAV

Setup Procedure

Here are the instructions for how to back up and consolidate all your Google Workspace (G Suite) accounts to your cloud storage (i.e., Amazon S3):

  1. Install cloudHQ to your Google Workspace (G Suite) domain
  2. Prepare your backup storage
  3. Create backup sync pairs that will backup Google Shared Drives (Team Drives)
  4. Create backup sync pairs that will backup Google Drive accounts
  5. Create backup sync pairs that will backup Google Mail accounts