One Can Manage Cloud Storage Services with MultCloud Service Which Connects Different Free Cloud Storage Services Free of Cost in the SaaS Model. There are two different ways to manage multiple Cloud Storage Services – A standalone Desktop App and Online SaaS like App. CyberDuck is our and Rackspace’s tool of choice – it is an App, not service and another way to access both Rackspace Cloud Files and Akamai CDN is using a Free FireFox Plugin. The target use base of MultCloud, appears to be the same of Jolicloud.
Manage Cloud Storage Services with MultCloud : How it Works?
As a free service, from our experience, MultCloud itself is not a devil. Opening Account is free, usage is free too. They possibly has no monetization plan for the near future. There is no advertisement or upgrade links. Then the obvious question arrives, how they run the websites and business. Which we found, the company behind the service is :
Anyway, MultCloud uses OAUTH for the authentication part. They claimed on Twitter with the Author of this review to be using SHA256 Signature for encryption. Definitely their claim is true because we have checked their record from VeriSign, Inc. (for code signing, not website). But, what software they run behind – just like Google Drive, DropBox – it is a closed source software. Speed of transfer is as expected is fast.
Manage Cloud Storage Services with MultCloud : Final Verdict
It is a good service for managing hundreds of free cloud storage services or cloud storages with a free layer of usage like Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon S3, SugarSync, Box, Copy, BaiDu, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex and HiDrive for transferring files between accounts, search through all your files, preview the files, cut, copy, paste, rename, share, delete, upload, download, create new folder, view file properties etc. However, as a rule for protection of privacy and security, one must encrypt the backup before uploading to any free cloud service. We are ignoring FTP and WebDAV as simple we use usual free softwares for their management.
This is a web service. There is no native desktop or mobile app for at least *nix based system. Possibly the UI is intended for Microsoft Windows user. On OS X Yosemite (Safari), it looks not quite great. From all aspects, we can not say that MultCloud is bad nor can suggest MultCloud to be a must have service. It is honestly not suitable for the high end developers to store vhd files – it is not intended for that purpose.