Migrate File Server to Cloud

File Server Migrations from On-Premise to Cloud has been made easier and kept in Local Server Platform to access them properly and collaborating it with other platforms.

Why Us?

By assisting our Customers to Migrate File Server to Cloud, the solution plays a better journey role. Our main aim is to provide a seamless experience as the solution offers easy access to the Cloud so there will be no understanding part for users.


Having Files and Services in the Cloud

In any industry, A Cloud has an abundance of features to deal with businesses.

By increasing scalability, data availability, performance, and mobility for personnel, Cloud Storage Services plays a most important mature role in Cloud Services.

For instance, a particular service must have some important features such as industry-leading scalability, data availability, security, and performance.

All this because this makes services interesting to Migrate File Server to Cloud.


What if you Lose the Internet Connectivity

When Administrators deal in Cloud services examining Accessibility of data, they usually talk about the clones of data present in different areas of the same Data Center.

Therefore, it is important to have a reliable Internet connection for using Cloud Storage Services.

But What if you lose Internet Connection to File Servers while working on Cloud?

So, to justify a much reliable reach it is necessary to configure a two-way clone link to both the servers whether on on-premise or on a distant Cloud Storage system so they can easily assist each other.


Maintains User Experience

We are so conditioned to connecting a network drive to a corporate file server and communicating from a drive letter in the office.

Most mobile workers continue using a VPN service to "tunnel" directly to the business network and then use the drive mappings interface to access files and folders from the unified file server network shares when they are outside of the business building.

Do you keep the same drive mapping and file locking user experience when you switch to a new "cloud file server," or do you even have to start from scratch?


Application Compatibility issues

How about QuickBooks, Software programs, and other line-of-business applications that operate only locally over a local area network and depend on the existing Windows file server interaction?

You might have found that QuickBooks and these applications do not play well with Onenote, Excel, or other cloud storage services.

A better approach is by using a hybrid cloud file server, which integrates locally on-premise data centers with cloud storage to create a "hybrid cloud file computer."


File Server Migrations Made Easier

A file server agent from NFC Vault synchronises current file servers, clients, and permission to the cloud.

Users can store to use the common shares until the migration is completed.

Just after migration, the file server could either be kept as a local gateway (as most companies do) or terminated to establish a cloud-only file access and platform that allows.

Users generally require no downtime and very little, if any, training because operation is so effortless.

Perfect Solution – Migrate File Server to Cloud

It improves on-premises data centers with secure data transfer and file sharing, and also disaster monitoring and recovery, and easy cloud migration to cloud storage. It's an all cloud file server migration solution you've been looking for!



The synchronization from a local server to the cloud is fast and effortless. Regardless of both the migration process, corporate employees and mobile workers can remain in the data center.


The end-user experience using disc mapping and file locking is maintained. Connectivity with Active Directory and NTFS restrictions. It is also the end-users' accessibility of use.


The locally file server continues to operate while the online cloud server has been set up. For backup, the two sides synchronized with each other.


Software enabling business applications continues to run on a local file server and over a cloud mapped drive.


Benefits – Move File Server to Cloud

Local file servers are migrated to a central cloud file store with all of the security of conventional data servers, including cloud-based mobile access and secure sharing! For business continuity, files are also stored in the cloud under versioning.

How does it keep you protected?

Seamless Migration

There will be no errors while combining the present shares to Cloud Storage Disruption. Distant users immediately get access while backend migration. Current resources remain unaffected for internal use. Dismiss the file servers and use them as district doors.

Access Controls

Identify cloud - based file shares that automatically appear on user's mapping devices by using existing AD users and NTFS directory permission with an easy interface.

Control and Compliance

It enables administrators to perform HIPAA or Existing compliance checks and generate a report showing file access and interaction compatibility.

How it Helps You?

Productivity Benefits

Contributing a Better-Quality Experience to the Cloud-Based Users helps in enhancing the efficiency and also growing the data control, security, and privacy.


Mapped Drive delays in downloads until the files are viewed and stored manually on the server for faster access in the future, which basically diminishes the frequency and storage expenditure.


Organizations and Legal applications proceed with the actual format of file shares that had no effect.


By utilizing the mapped drive, the user training will be minimized both on the server and distantly. And, enables an effortless experience for the users even when they are not at work.