FTP

Large File Transfer with FTP

FTP

Egnyte provides a simple FTP solution to transfer and share large files, eliminating the need to set up and manage complicated FTP servers or email attachments. Securely upload, download and manage your files using your favorite FTP client.

  • Eliminate need to set up separate FTP sites and tools like Sharepoint
  • Secure FTP transmission over SSL (FTPS and FTPES support)
  • Set up and enforce permissions (read/write/delete) at any folder level
  • No firewall issues or need for special ports
  • Supports standard FTP client software (e.g. FileZilla, Cyberduck)

Fast File Upload

Whether uploading CAD drawings, medical images, Photoshop files or videos, Egnyte offers multiple file transfer tools suited for files of any size or type. From direct web upload for individual files to FTP for large files and folders, Egnyte provides unrestricted file upload at lightning fast speeds.

File Sharing & Access

Egnyte provides powerful collaboration tools to enable employees and partners to work together. Files transferred to the cloud can be easily accessed and shared using any computer, smartphone or tablet. Most importantly, transferred files retain their access permissions online , so only the right users can see the right files.

Central Administration & Reporting

The FTP functionality is fully integrated into your Egnyte account and does not require any special configuration or management. The online file server can be managed and controlled by designated administrators through central administration. Administrators can manage user account settings including authentication and enabling/disabling FTP usage.

Security & Privacy

Files transferred to the cloud are always kept safe, from initial transmission to data at rest. No matter the transfer method (FTP, FTPS, FTPES), online files are always hosted on world-class Tier II, SSAE 16 compliant datacenters. Data is encrypted during transmission and at rest. Furthermore, Egnyte's architecture has built-in redundancy, maintaining multiple copies of transferred files to protect against hardware failures.