I have a lot of data stored in certain cloud locations, such as Google Drive. Is there some clever way I can transfer files into the Boxcryptor folder from within Google Drive? As that would require some compute resources, I'm guessing the answer may be no.
I'm on Comcast and they limit your upload speed to drivel, and it frequently gets interrupted. I've used different tools for this such as rclone and local drive mounts from Cloudmounter.
This would be the easiest way for me (and probably others) to adopt the product.
The same would apply to transferring content from one provider to another via API or mounts. The only other scenario I can imagine is a temporary AWS instance that S3-mounts data from compatible providers and transfers to Google Drive that way, but you'll pay a lot of $$ for the outbound data, which would make it less desirable.