Hi there world,
I invite you to comment on what you think is the best process for moving a large Dropbox account (around 300GB) to One drive.
- re-uploading all the files
- downloading all the files
I suggest a cloud transfer tool like
Mover, Cloudsfer, Multcloud. CloudHQ except they don’t specify the treatment of local files, so I suspect will involve downloading all the files again, which I don’t like the look of 🙁
Some answers are on Microsoft Community, Optiable tech blog and the sites above, however none are detailed enough to answer this question with the criteria I have above.
Thoughts on best resolution?
Entrepreneur /Founder/ Developer/ Project Manager/ Marketing/ Director/ Accounting
2004- 20011 What Was That Pty Ltd
Involved digital delivery of information to consumers based on their request via SMS and later smart phones using a sophisticated database, algorithm and simple for consumer access to the information.
|To enable a connection with the internet via “old world” advertising
||Enabled SMS to email messaging
|Reduce need for brochures/ flyers/ posters in campaigns
||Reduced poster distribution by 40%
|Simplify public ability to connect with brands they want to follow
||User friendly technology platform developed, but target market not ready for visionary marketing strategy
Mailchimp for SMS – An SMS based information platform that allowed for SMS subscribers to receive information from advertising across multiple business channels, also manage there subscription, track there messages and report SMS Spam for investigation.
A smart phone app that allows you to follow a list (ie. Brand/ Retailer) by simply scanning a QR code with your smart phone – linking you to your chosen Social networks and/ or email / SMS lists.
A short-url service that is specifically for document distribution, to be used by any person or organisation that requires information to be distributed. No more carrying large bags full of brochures out of a trade show – just GetDoc.IT
- Project Management
- Business case development and implementation
- Relationship building
- Developer management
- Implementation and roll out
- Technical Writing
2007-2008 Prudential/ M&G
This project involved understanding the needs of the Treasury desk; current processes and systems, then specifying, planning and developing a new system that was paperless, efficient, tracked changes and as fluid and quick as Excel, but a Database based web interface system.
Cash Manager allows the Treasury to place £8 Billion on the overnight markets daily without over exposing to high risk banks.
||Reduced FTE by 75%
||Errors to clerical only
||Every entry recorded
|Reduce Risk of overexposure
||Tracks exposure and credit rating for every bank on the fly, with warnings and notifications
Cash Manager – CM – Managing £8B daily
This system was built based on Analysis and understanding of the PruCap Treasury desks excel, paper and quill and ink based systems.
By connecting to the many sources of data (Excel, Oracle, HSBC data feed, Reuters Data Feed, Email) and putting the “days work” into the CM system, then allowing a fully controlled workflow system to evolve where each “deal” was tracked from order to execution to settlement inside the CM allowing for management to have a view of the days position anytime of the day. CM also incorporating exposure limits and user/ role limits for financial instruments or institutions.
CM Phase II involved adding the entire Currency Deposits to the GBP only system, also adding several new bespoke reports and calculation tools for daily dealing across different funds, fund groups and legal entities groupings.
FX Manager – FXM
The FXM was designed with similar tracking and order management systems as the CM but for the highly complicated FXM market. Two way pricing and tracking for counter parties. Full reporting for Non liquid currencies. Tools for “building” a cross currency pair. Tools to group together similar orders based on criteria and trade larger deals in the market, then allocating them back as per deals done.
- MS SQL sophisticated