The Pitfalls of Relying on FTP to Move Large Files

The Pitfalls of Relying on FTP to Move Large Files


For decades, FTP was the best option for moving large files over the Internet. However, FTP turned 45 years old in 2016 and just can't keep up with the needs of modern businesses.

File sizes are growing exponentially, global collaboration is commonplace, and consumer file-sharing services set a high bar for usability.

Access this e-guide to read about the history of FTP and why it is no longer the best method to move large files and other types of unstructured data. You will learn how:

  • FTP is using up valuable production and IT resources
  • Unmanaged File Sharing is creating security issues
  • How next-generation alternatives offer faster, safer, and easier to use options
  • Why deploying a better solution doesn’t have to mean jettisoning your familiar FTP folders and directory structures
Signiant, Inc.
24 Jan 2017
24 Jan 2017
7 Page(s)
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