Cloud Migration Tool: Google Workspace to OneDrive Business
Google Workspace to OneDrive Business Google Workspace from the search engine giant helps businesses improve their productivity and collaborate easily. It is one of the widely used suites with a range of features for small and mid-sized businesses.
Why Switch from Google Workspace to OneDrive for Business?
Some businesses switch from Google Workspace to OneDrive. Here are some of the factors that may influence your decision:
- If your business is already using the Microsoft Office 365 suite, you may want to switch to a more native platform like OneDrive for Business.
- If your business uses Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Power Automate, or similar services, switching to OneDrive for Business will give you access to more advanced tools and features.
- If the majority of your business clients are using OneDrive, switching to OneDrive for Business will make file sharing and collaboration simpler.
- Data privacy and security reasons may also influence the decision to switch to another service.
- Does your business need access to cloud automation APIs? Switching to OneDrive for Business will help your business automate workflows and build personalized solutions.
- OneDrive for Business has security and compliance features that make sure that business data is always safe. Businesses get up to 5 TB of storage. Businesses can also expand their storage by purchasing a higher plan that meets their requirements.
Easy Cloud Manager — An Easy Cloud-based Transfer Service
If you’re looking for a no-nonsense solution, Easy Cloud Manager is the answer. ECM speeds up your cloud migration using its powerful high-bandwidth servers. Moreover, it offers other interesting features such as a cloud-based duplicate finder and a batch renamer.
Is Easy Cloud Manager Secure? ECM is 100% secure. It uses the official APIs from your respective cloud service provider to generate temporary tokens to access your files. You can revoke these permissions anytime.
Step 1: Add Your Account
- Visit the Easy Cloud Manager website.
- Click on the Home tab > Add Cloud Drives.
- Click on Google Workspace.
- Sign in to your account and provide ECM the permissions to access your files.
- Similarly, click on the OneDrive Business and sign in to it and provide the file access permissions.
Step 2: Define Source & Target
- Click on the Operations tab.
- Click on Data Transfer.
- Click on Select Source.
- Select your Google Workspace account, and then click on Load Drive.
- Click on Select Target.
- Select your OneDrive for Business account, and then click on Load Drive.
- Select the folders in your source account (Google Workspace) you want to transfer.
- Select the destination folder in your target account (OneDrive for Business) where you want to put the transferred files.
Step 3: Start File Transfer
- Click on Transfer Now to start immediate file transfer. To start the transfer at a later date, click on Schedule Task.
- The batch renamer option redirects you to Sorcim’s Cloud Duplicate Finder that helps find and remove hundreds of duplicate files. You don’t need to download any files to your PC. Much like Easy Cloud Manager, CDF generates temporary tokens to securely access your account. You can revoke these permissions later.
- The batch file renamer option redirects you to Sorcim’s Cloud File Renamer. You can rename hundreds of files in your cloud accounts with dozens of file renaming rules.
- Support dozens of popular cloud storage services, including OneDrive for Business, Google Workspace, OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, pCloud, Google Photos, Amazon S3, etc.
- Cloud Explorer that explores the contents of your cloud platform and makes it easier to find your file.
- Displays tasks list so that you can review, manage, and delete your tasks.
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