Bellevue, WA (PressExposure) June 24, 2014 -- While Cloudsfer is already well known for efficient methods of file transfer and data migration, DropBox users have been finding the Cloudsfer migration techniques a blessing for moving data, even entire batches of files, with rapidity and security, and with minimal effort, all within minutes of registering. Cloudsfer fully supports DropBox, which opens a myriad of data migration possibilities.
The company reports that users can now migrate data files to or from DropBox and any cloud-service provider, such as Google Drive, BOX, SkyDrive, and others. Also the capability to Backup and distribute content on different services, and share content with friends on any of the services. Cloudsfer has re-established and rewritten the protocols for safety when conducting a highly secured migration between different platforms.
Whether the DropBox space is dwindling, or there are hundreds - even thousands of files to move, and one just can't imagine how to transfer them one by one, the Cloudsfer account provides the flexibility one needs to effectively manage data. No longer will there be a need to pay for extra space. Just spread the files across a range of cloud service providers - Facebook, Instagram, Box, DropBox, GDrive, OneDrive and so on - using Cloudsfer to retain full and complete control of the data.
Cloudsfer was developed by Tzunami Inc., a leading provider of SharePoint Migration solutions, and leaders of the content migration initiative in the enterprise market for more than a decade. This is a very cost-effective ECM system that allows its users to migrate their data in an easy manner between their many on-premise and cloud-based platforms. The Cloudsfer.com system was designed to be easy to use. All it takes is three easy steps to get the project completed. Simply select the source of the content being copied, then select the system of destination and location where copying the data to, execute and observe this cutting edge solution doing its job. These days of multi-faceted server attacks calls for special attention, and Security and Privacy is a major concern to management. No user data is stored on their servers, nor are credentials stored. Access can be revoked at any time, and the entire system is reliant on SSL Protocols.
For complete information, please visit: http://www.Cloudsfer.com