Google Drive to OneDrive

Moving data from Google drive to One Drive. Can you recommend a tool that is trustworthy to move my Companys data from Google drive to one drive, I have found MultiCloud but never heard of them
jackm1Asked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
How much data is involved?  For a trustworthy move, I would be inclined to copy down to my own system (large hard drive), ensure backed up, and then copy up to the new system.
Scott FellDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
I have used MultiCloud recently.  It was for moving just under 300 gigs of data.  I was not very happy with it. My expectation was it would be easier and faster than downloading all the data locally and then uploading/syncing.  It took about 3 days to move the data. For this amount, I could have synced everything down then back up again.

One good thing however, was it gave a list of items that didn't sync. It was only a handful of files that I had to manually download and upload.  Because the price was very inexpensive, it was not that bad.  If you have a lot of data, just be prepared to wait several days for everything and you will have to buy more data as the initial $10 only comes with 150 gigs.

Also, support lags about 12 hours at least for the U.S. central time. I would ask a question and it would show up in my email the next day. When you are doing something like this and have questions, I would  have liked to have a quicker turnaround time.
jackm1Author Commented:
Moving about 10 gigs each for 17 users
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jackm1Author Commented:
Thanks for the Multi Cloud heads up
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Given that I would be inclined to move it down and back.
Scott FellDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
Yes, agree with John.  10 gigs will sync quickly.
David Johnson, CDRetiredCommented:
that or use syncback from https://www.2brightsparks.com

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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I use Sync Back and it is a great application.
jackm1Author Commented:
Yes, Sync back I forgot about it
Scott FellDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
I would be interested to know how it went. I have a feeling any of these are going to be about the same as far as speed.
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