Rclone is a command-line utility that allows Linux users to quickly and easily connect to any cloud storage service (using Dropbox, Google Drive, Open Drive, and many more). The trouble is, Rclone is complicated and tedious to use for the average user. If you need to use Rclone to connect to your favorite cloud storage […]
Google Cloud SDK is a pack of command-line tools that users can install to interact with the Google Cloud Platform directly. The software works on most Linux operating systems, provided that the Linux system has access to Python2. In this tutorial, we’ll go over all of the ways you can get Google Cloud SDK on […]
Value your privacy but need to get your data in the cloud? Check out pCloud! pCloud drive is a Dropbox-like Cloud storage service for Linux (and other operating systems) that puts privacy first and has impressive encryption technology, which is very welcome to the Linux community. pCloud isn’t as well known as a lot of […]
Online storage services (aka cloud drives) are necessary for anyone who needs data to be accessible anywhere and everywhere, a reliable backup, or to send or save files easily. These services are easy to use, fast and work on most platforms. However, for as neat and convenient as they may be, they come at the price of […]
For those that have concluded it’s time to migrate, and for those that just want to stick a toe in the water, taking the first step isn’t as tough as it once was.