User Real Case
“I am working for a computer company and work with a lot of data every day. I have a Google Drive account and a G Suite account to store my personal data and business files.
Sometimes because of some reason, I need to transfer files between my Google Drive and G Suite. So I was wondering if there are any solutions that can help me easily migrate files from Google Drive to G Suite? “
Nowadays our lives are inseparable from various data. In order to better store and manage data, more and more people are using cloud drives to store data. Among them, Google Drive and G Suite are two cloud services launched by Google, and they are also widely used by many users.
The problems encountered by the above user will also be the problems encountered by cloud drive users. How do you migrate files between Google Drive and G Suite? Next, I will introduce you to two methods to help you transfer files from Google Drive to G Suite.
Solution 1. The Basic Way to Download and Upload
Step 1. Go to the Google Drive page and log in your Google Drive account;
Step 2. Click the “Download” button, select the files you want to migrate to G Suite, and download them to your computer first;
Step 3. Then log in your G Suite account.
Step 4. Click “Upload” button to upload the files you just downloaded to your G Suite again.
Please wait patiently for the downloading and uploading process. After the uploading is complete, your files have been migrated from Google Drive to G Suite.
Note: There are some disadvantages of this method, for example:
- If you need to transfer a large amount of data, this method will take a lot of time to complete the migration;
- Using this method to download and upload files depends on the Internet connection, the speed of the Internet affects the time of the migration;
- You must wait for the entire process before closing the page and computer, or the transfer process will stop.
Is there any other way to avoid these situations and overcome the limitations of this traditional method? Don’t worry, we will introduce you an extremely easy way to help you directly transfer files between Google Drive and G Suite.
Solution 2. The Most Direct Way to Move Files from Google Drive to G Suite
The tool I want to introduce to you is called MultCloud, which is a free multiple cloud storage manager designed to help users directly transfer files from one cloud to another without the need for tedious downloads and uploads. Let’s see what features it has:
- MultCloud supports more than 30 kinds of clouds, including Google Drive, G Suite, OneDrive, Dropbox, Dropbox for Business, OneDrive for Business, etc.;
- The transfer speed is fast, if you have a lot of files to transfer, you can save a lot of time;
- The entire transfer process runs on MultCloud’s server, so it will not store any of your data, which is very secure;
- When you start the transfer task, you can close the page or even shut down your computer, because MultCloud can run tasks in the background.
- The most incredible thing is that MultCloud is completely free!
Now you can create a MultCloud account for free, or click “Experience without signing up” and follow the steps below to transfer files from Google Drive to G Suite.
Step 1. In the ” Add Clouds ” section, click the Google Drive and G Suite icons to add Google Drive and G Suite to MultCloud.
Step 2. Click “Cloud Transfer” and you will see the interface as shown below:
Step 3. Choose the Google Drive as the source, select the folder stored under G Suite as the target, click “Transfer Now” and wait for the process to complete.
You can clearly see that there is no need to download and upload again and again, and you can view and use the data stored from Google Drive in G Suite in just 3 simple steps.
MultCloud not only can move files between cloud storage, also has “Cloud Explorer” and “Cloud Sync” functions, which can help you organize multiple clouds at one place and manage several cloud accounts at the same time, and also help you create a synchronization relationship between them. Don’t want to download and upload files one by one? Just try MultCloud, a completely free tool, it’s worth trying.