CloudMounter is a great cloud management app that offers a huge range of different tools and features designed to make it as convenient as possible. CloudMounter is compatible with a range of different cloud systems, letting you easily manage them from your desktop. It can handle OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3, and a number of other widely used cloud storage tools.
One of the greatest things about CloudMounter is the fact that it can integrate straight into your MacBook or other device’s drive, whether using CloudMounter Windows or Mac. You can mount cloud storage as local drive and search for files in the same way as you would any file already stored on a drive, saving time and making it as easy as possible to get to what you need.
On top of that, CloudMounter provides you with improved security. The app automatically encrypts files and folders, ensuring that you can enjoy a higher level of security than that which the cloud automatically provides. In addition, CloudMounter works as an FTP client letting you mount devices for easy management. And it can work with WebDAV folders as well. All in all, CloudMounter is a great app for anyone using cloud storage, whether for business or simply for personal use.
Odrive works in much the same way as other cloud management programs, and is a good alternative to CloudMounter. It’s compatible with a good range of storage systems, meaning that you won’t have any compatibility issues assuming that you’re making use of the more popular systems. It has plenty of sync and backup features, making it easy to keep your files safe at all times. You can also install it on any number of devices, making it especially convenient if you’re going to want to keep multiple systems in sync.
Odrive offers additional encryption, though it’s not as good as it could be. There’s no second step in their encryption, just a code. That means that if you lose your code, you lose your data, which isn’t ideal. Beyond that, straightforward sharing is done by sending an authentication link. You can also simply set up folders as shared storage, meaning that anyone using that folder will be able to access and edit all the files. Odrive is a good program in general, it’s got plenty to recommend it, and runs on both Windows and macOS.