One of the Best FTP* Client Downloads
SecureFX® is one of the best FTP client downloads available because it gives end users and network professionals the tools they need to make file transfer operations simpler and more efficient.
SecureFX Makes It Easy...
The best FTP client is one that you can implement organization-wide. SecureFX has the capabilities and features that make it an ideal client when looking to standardize on a single file transfer application. The graphical user interface is consistent between all supported platforms—Windows, Mac, and Linux—minimizing the need for retraining and making it easy for end users to:
Connect to a remote server with a single mouse click. The New Session wizard walks you through the steps to establish new connection settings, and multi-protocol support gives users the option of performing secure file transfers or unsecured transfers (only recommended behind firewalls or when connected to a legacy system that does not support secure file transfer protocols).
Select the source and destination systems as well as files to be included or excluded in the file transfer operation. Drag and drop usability makes it easy to transfer files between systems.
Monitor and manage multiple file transfer sessions in the Transfer Queue
SecureFX is also an ideal FTP client for network administrators because it gives IT professionals the utilities they need to easily:
Control the bandwidth and number of parallel file transfers to maintain overall network performance.
Help meet compliance requirements outlined by HIPAA, SOX, and FIPS 140-2 for data-in-transit security.
The best FTP client is the one you can use organization-wide, offers time-saving features, and delivers uncompromising security. SecureFX's multi-platform support, user-friendly interface, and host of advanced features make it the one program you need for efficient and secure file transfers. VanDyke Software's FTP client is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Download SecureFX for a free 30-day evaluation.
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*The term "FTP" is used on this page as an abbreviated way to refer to file transfer operations in general, not the discrete (legacy) File Transfer Protocol specified in RFC 959.