looking to use google drive as a backup drive

Hello I have been trying to find an app that will allow me to sync folders or files of my choice to my google drive, I have been using Duplicati witch is a freeware and sync's directly to the drive not to the google folder on my system.  Any suggestions and I prefer it to be a backup not real time syncing
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Take a look at syncbackfree, should do what you are asking ;


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Allen FalconCEO & Pragmatic EvangelistCommented:
Gladibe attaches directly to drive and can be configured to backup.
Brad RubinCommented:
Is there  a reason why you would not download Google Drive to your desktop and just use it to sync online? I have a Macbook Pro and have downloaded Google Drive. Once installed, you simply drop all your files into the directory on your computer and they automatically sync to the cloud.

you can download the app for Windows or Mac, here
Allen FalconCEO & Pragmatic EvangelistCommented:
Using the Drive Sync client means you need a 1:1 space allocation on your local disk for all data in Drive.

Tools like Gladinet (misspelled in my previous post) use caching, so the local demand on disk space is not as great.

If Drive is your primary file store, the best backups are cloud-to-cloud with tools like backupify and spanning.  Asigra and others do offer the ability to backup Drive to a local device, but these start to cost a bit of cash.
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