File System (NAS) Migration

NAS Overview

A file system is a way of organizing and storing data on a computer. A network-attached storage (NAS) device is a dedicated file storage device that allows multiple users to access the files on it over a network. The device typically includes its own operating system and file system, which are optimized for storing and managing files. NAS devices can be used to store and share files such as documents, photos, and videos, and are often used in small and medium-sized businesses as well as in home networks.

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Easy 3 Step Setup

How to transfer files to File System (NAS)?

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Select Source

Choose from the multiple source providers from which you want to migrate your files

 

Select Destination

Choose the cloud destination where you want your files to be migrated

That’s It!

Once the cloud source and destination are selected, you can start the data migration

01

Select Source

Choose from the multiple source providers from which you want to migrate your files

 

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Select Destination

Choose the cloud destination where you want your files to be migrated

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That’s It!

Once the cloud source and destination are selected, you can start the data migration

File System (NAS) migration tool

Cloudsfer integration for File System is designed to quickly migrate data from and/or to File System – In a few quick steps. With Cloudsfer you can copy cloud storage and replicate it to your local environment.

Take one minute

to watch how to transfer files from box to File System (NAS)

How do I move from NAS to Dropbox?

No matter what is your motivation to move from NAS to Dropbox, the price, the cloud quota, the simplicity, the collaboration capabilities, or any other relevant reason – we are here to help you. Cloudsfer can do everything for you, after a few clicks, Cloudsfer lets you migrate from NAS to Dropbox without needing to transfer all the data locally using a local physical drive.

Using Cloudsfer’s user-friendly File System data migration tool you can migrate File System content to any of our supported systems.

Here are some of the many benefits of using Cloudsfer to migrate content from and to File System:

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    Let Cloudsfer handle any cloud restrictions and limitation automatically
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    Migrate all file types
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    Keep the hierarchy structure
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    Apply filters by file size, type and metadata
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    High speed upload bandwidth
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    Secure Migration
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    Define a daily, weekly, schedule
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    Multiple Systems in one easy-to-use UI for more than 30 integrations
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    Complete migration report
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    Cloudsfer has 24/7 support to assist you.
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    Support for Delta/Incremental Migration
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    Supported migration for Windows Server 2012, 2016, 2019 and up.
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    Supported Windows 10 and up

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Supported Systems

Yandex Disk
OpenText
Autodesk construction cloud
On Premise to Cloud
WebDAV
FTP
Amazon S3 compatible
Backblaze B2
Google Drive
Procore
CyberFortress
Azure Blob
BIM 360
File System (NAS)
Amazon S3
Egnyte
SharePoint Online
OneDrive
Box
Dropbox
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