How to integrate Google Drive to Box
If you use Google Drive and Box, but you have a client that only uses Box, it can make things a little more difficult if you don't have replication from cloudHQ. Let's say you create a contract in Google Drive and need to send it to your client who only uses Box. You will have to create the contract in Google Drive, download it to your hard drive, upload it to Box and then you can finally share it with your client. But if you had automatic replication from cloudHQ setup, the document would have instantly replicated to Box the instant it was created in Google Drive. And cloudHQ can export the contract in many useful formats including PDF, Microsoft Word and OpenOffice. So now you can create a contract in Google Drive which will be automatically replicated to Box, click on the document in Box and share with your client. Very simple, very efficient. And if you want to send files or documents to Google Drive, you (or someone you have shared the folder with such as clients, sources, etc.) can simply drop the file into the Box folder and it will be instantly replicated to Google Drive. CloudHQ steps in where cloud services are still falling a little shirt- sync and replication. And not only that- this provides a complete backup of all data from both cloud services in case of a data loss incident. If data loss occurs in Google Drive, you still have a complete secondary copy of all data in Box. And if data loss happens in Box, there is still a complete secondary copy of all data in Google Drive.
Real estate agents can benefit greatly from the efficient organization features of cloudHQ's two-way sync, and can also benefit greatly from the cloud data backup features of cloudHQ. Try the free, fully-functional, 15-day trial to determine if cloudHQ is the right fit for your business.
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