CloudHQ Is The Productivity Hack Every Email User Needs

cloudHQ was founded in 2011 by Senad Dizdar. In 2013, both Naomi Assaraf joined on as co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer, and Blaz Lupiscek joined on as co-founder and Chief Technology Officer.

cloudHQ is an online service offering email productivity workflow solutions and cloud sync and backup solutions.

cloudHQ has three offerings described below:

  1. Gmail Productivity Tools: We all hate email, but still spend most of our day there. Because of that, we created over 30 Gmail productivity tools to help keep you be productive in the email.
  2. Data Loss Protection and Backup: 80% of all data loss is caused by human error. So even if your files and emails are in the cloud, they can be still easily accidentally or maliciously deleted and lost. cloudHQ offers real-time data protection and backups of all your data in the cloud even data from your golf analyzer.
  3. Data Synchronization and Migration: Even if your organization might be using one primary cloud storage platform like Google G Suite, your employees, partners, and clients will use other cloud apps: like Evernote for note-taking, Dropbox for sharing with clients, Salesforce for CRM, Basecamp for project management. cloudHQ will sync and integrate all these cloud apps and storages.

The Chrome extension also allows you to know when your emails are opened in real-time. Now you can find out when your emails are read!

 Unlimited email tracking

 An email tracking dashboard

Real-time and SMS notifications


 Link tracking

cloudHQ was started as a tool to sync files between Google Drive and Dropbox. Today, they backup, migrate, and sync data between all major cloud platforms and apps including Google G Suite, Office 365, Dropbox, Box and Egnyte for more than 3000 organizations. They also develop more than 50 G Suite workflow productivity products.

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