Cloudsfer Enhances Information Management Capabilities with Autodesk Build Integration. With this new integration, customers can easily transfer documents between Autodesk Build and other cloud files management systems such as SharePoint Online, Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, Egnyte, BIM 360, and many more.
Tzunami today announced that with their cloud-hosted migration solution, Cloudsfer, will support a seamless migration of project data to and from Autodesk Build™ in a few quick steps. Whether they are moving files from another cloud service or on-premise servers, customers can now transfer files from multiple systems and run multiple migration plans in Cloudsfer’s user-friendly UI, which supports more than 30 integrations. Cloudsfer keeps the original metadata on files, so customers can filter out unneeded files (by date, size, file type), create delta migrations and generate complete migration reports.
Cloudsfer has SSL encryption that protects the data throughout the entire process. No user data or credentials are stored on Cloudsfer’s servers.
How to migrate into Autodesk Build?
- Register with Cloudsfer (try it for free)
- After you have an Autodesk Build account, enter your credentials, and click ‘connect.’
- Connect to your preferred source and target platform and choose which folders or files will be migrated.
- Click ‘create plan’ and run the migration right away. https://youtu.be/hfwZZRPitsY
“Now you can safely migrate and backup your projects’ data to Autodesk Build, and we are confident that it can help your office and field teams stay connected,” said Roy Jacobson – Chief Executive Officer, Tzunami. “Try Cloudsfer for free and discover how you can make the platform work for you.”
“Building teams today may use a variety of different software across project workflows and groups, and they need a way to keep all of that information organized,” says James Cook, head of integrations at Autodesk Construction Solutions. “The data migration capabilities Cloudsfer offers will enable teams using Autodesk Build to further streamline their project information management and maintain one single source of truth to keep everyone on the same page.”