A little more than one year later here are the changes to the "Online" part that I did. It means that I continue to use the above services except :
- Since a few months, I do not use anymore the paying version of cloudhq.net (I had transferred about all what I needed. And I realized that it was very difficult to search files into Amazon Cloud Drive (ACD) as Cloudhq's way to archive files into ACD. Cloudhq created basically too much folders (correctly named with date-hour) containing only a few files. Example: I modify one cell into a google spreadsheet => a new folder with a new xlsx file is created into ACD). Plus it created quite a mess into my ACD account (some folders seems "not accessible" into ACD when in fact there are there. My guess is that it is probably an ACD bug as I finally could find the correct folders/files by searching with keywords.Then test if I could access them (or no => use another keyword) and then moved them in a better simple main folder in the ACD root).
- I also use http://www.otixo.com/
when needed (example: copy/paste Google Drive to ACD for instance). This service is not as powerful as Cloudhq but it finally succeeds into finishing the job (you may have to do the copy again as there are sometimes "internal server" errors) .
- I also use another great software for uploading into Google Drive or ACD which is much more powerful for my needs (uploads mainly) : SynckbackPro (about $55) http://www.2brightsparks.com/
This one is far better for me as I have found that some files were not uploaded with Syncdocs (my guess : about 2 years ago files. I.e.: before Syncdocs was doing a hash check).
It fulfill a basic need : I select a folder on my computer and it checks if everything (folders and files) is really online (Google Drive or ACD in my case).
I only had small problems (as I didn't want to upload them all again) with files containing double spaces. My guess is that one online service recorded (Google Drive ?) some of them automatically as single space name. But I am not sure! So anyway in the end I had sometimes the double space version into ACD or locally or into Google Drive ! So I had to remove locally the double spaces before (thanks to Bulk rename utility) before using SyncbackPro properly.
Note: I keep using Syncdocs because contrarily to Syncback it can convert automatically Excel (and more: .html ...) files into Google Drive !
- And if you want to save $5 with Backblaze you have to buy a 2 year commitment (see in your online account over there).
Recently I had a bad surprise with Backblaze as their pc software did not recognize that I moved about half a TB into a different partition of my computer (if I remember well, previously that feature was working correctly!).
That's all for this time !