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Migrating from Android to iOS or iOS to Android

  • Migrating from Android to iOS or iOS to Android

    Migrating from Android to iOS or iOS to Android-

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    Back up your photos. We take a lot of personal and work photos with our devices and store them on our phones, and they often just stay just there. Several cloud providers can automatically back up your photos to your private cloud. For example, Google+ or Dropbox can automatically backup any photo you take on your phone, whether Android or iOS, to your private cloud. Therefore, you can access your photos from any number of devices, no matter the operating system.

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Migrating from Android to iOS or iOS to Android

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    Photos

    Back up your photos. We take a lot of personal and work photos with our devices and store them on our phones, and they often just stay just there. Several cloud providers can automatically back up your photos to your private cloud. For example, Google+ or Dropbox can automatically backup any photo you take on your phone, whether Android or iOS, to your private cloud. Therefore, you can access your photos from any number of devices, no matter the operating system.

Migrating from Android to iOS or iOS to Android can seem like a daunting task because everything from the software, to the apps, to the phone itself is different. Whether you're making the switch for your personal device, or your employer is providing a new device for work, you'll want to make sure you're set up for success on the new operating system. Again, this may seem daunting, but it doesn't have to be.

Today, cloud and software can communicate with different devices, making the migration a little less scary. This also applies if you use both platforms simultaneously and want your life available across your entire ecosystem of devices. Click through the slideshow to understand the steps you can take when making the switch from one operating system to the other, as identified by Andrew Blaich, lead security analyst at Bluebox Security.