Posted on Monday, February 2nd, 2015 by Will Hagle
Odrive is a file management platform that syncs with all major online storage services in order to make it easier to access and share all of your digital files.
There are many cloud storage options to organize, share, and protect your digital files. For a variety of reasons, many users prefer one service over the other for different functions. A group of friends may share files using Dropbox, while an online business may operate entirely using Google Drive. While each of these services has its advantages and disadvantages, the reality is that the average person uses some combination of all of them for online storage purposes. Odrive was built as a way to sync access to all of your digital files in one place. The site works with cloud storage platforms like Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive; file servers on Windows, Linux and OSX; social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Gmail; and work platforms like Salesforce, FTP and WebDAV.
All of your accounts can be easily linked to Odrive’s service, so there’s no need to login to multiple platforms in order to access your files. The files can all be synced and accessed directly via your computer’s hard drive, but there are customizable storage options in order to ensure that you maintain enough free space. The platform is available for free download via Odrive’s site, and it’s worth giving a shot if you currently maintain file storage across multiple platforms. The service does provide an extremely specific feature, but it’s actually more useful than most might imagine. Having the convenience of storing files in a centralized location while maintaining the advantages of each unique service is incredibly useful. Odrive makes it all easy.