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posted Mar 23, 2017, 4:15 PM by KinkyJews Admin   [ updated Mar 23, 2017, 4:23 PM ]

I am new to cloud computing, so in this post you'll be getting an honest review from an amature and not an expert. I simply got sick of manually managing my cloud storage so I tried a couple of Cloud Managers and my favorite thing about CloudHQ is that is is very simple to use, very user-friendly. 


CloudHQ is offers you a very easy way to backup your files from multiple accounts.  It’s one of the most popular services for cloud computing - a must have, really. You can forget all about juggling all of your multiple storage accounts, constant logins and looking for files.  Now you just connect CloudHQ to whatever service you are using, (For me it's mostly Google Drive), and you choose what you want to sync and CloudHQ does the rest. CloudHQ walks you through the whole process and once it is set up you can sync, backup, share and move files around throughout your cloud storage platforms like a dream.

How on Earth did I ever get by without CloudHQ? Well, a clumsy system of emailing documents and files back and forth to myself, trying to save things in multiple locations, sorting through different versions and losing track of everything….glad that’s over! File management is a breeze with CloudHQ and they also email you useful reports about your sync, including how many files were synced and any conflicts that might have occurred during the sync.

You get a free trial period and if you do upgrade to a paid subscription they do offer a money-back guarantee, which to me is a sign of a reliable company to do good business with confidently.  

As I said earlier, I mainly use CloudHQ with Google and microsoft (OneDrive) but I found this list of all the supported services online (this list is just for CloudHQ, I don't think all of these are supported by all cloud management, so it's a good idea to double check):

Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, Google Mail, Google Contacts, Google Calendars, Office365, SugarSync, Box (including Box Enterprise), Evernote, FastMail, Amazon CloudDrive, Salesforce, Evernote for Business, Office365 SharePoint, On-premise SharePoint, Podio, Basecamp Classic, Basecamp 2, Basecamp 3, Egnyte, WebDAV.

Like I said, I'm not an expert and I'm not using CloudHQ for professional purposes.  For my individual data synchronization needs, CloudHQ is working out like a dream.  If you want to know more about using CloudHQ for business check out or