Cloud Storage Aggregator Gluru Promises to bring a brain with the cloud


It's been no secret that I love my Cloud Storage (there's a whole list in my database page).  but it can be a hassle to try to continue to monitor what's where.  So in the past I've seen several different aggregators out there.  Which have been nice.

Gluru promises to be different.
Currently, there are just a few of the storage options it can work with:  Drive, Dropbox, Box, OneDrive and Evernote.


But, from the connection (and you login with your Google account) you can see it ties into your Gmail and Calendar.


The reason it does this is so that it can use it's "brain" and look through what kind of correspondences you have that might have an attachment requirement.  So that it can sense for what people and for when you'd need a specific file in your cloud.

There's a "Now" button which will try to determine what files you need right at that moment.


I'm going to give this a go for a while (it's going to take a long time to sift through my clouds) and see what it comes up with.

Now, if I could convince the office to switch to a cloud service... that is where it might REALLY come in handy.

Source:  https://gluru.co/signup/

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