Selecting a File Transfer Program for Your Organization
Standardizing on one FTP* client can improve the efficiency of your system administration and improve the secure handling of your network data. But there are many factors to consider when it comes to selecting a single FTP client to implement organization-wide.
What to Look for in a Standard FTP Client
To meet the needs of users and system administrators, you need to find an FTP client that is easy to implement, easy to use and easy to manage. And that makes VanDyke Software's SecureFX® the ideal FTP client for your organization.
Our FTP client can handle multiple large file transfer operations simultaneously, and it has the tools and capabilities to allow users to access and edit files remotely and simplify recurrent operations without compromising network security.
Advanced features of SecureFX include the option to relentlessly attempt to (re)establish a connection after a network interruption and automatically resume file transfer upon reconnection.
Multi-protocol support enables secure file transfer using SCP, SFTP, or FTP over SSL.
Multi-platform support allows you to implement SecureFX on computers running Windows (32-bit and 64-bit architectures), Mac, and Linux.
Easy to Deploy
SecureFX is easy to install. Simply download the software version you need for each local machine. (We offer reduced pricing for multiple licenses. Contact our Sales Team for details.)
Easy to Adopt
SecureFX is easy to learn and easy to use. The familiar interface is consistent across all platforms, and basic features make file transfer operations intuitive.
VanDyke Software provides a free 30-day evaluation for all our products, so you can find out how easy SecureFX is to implement in your environment before you purchase.
Your organization can save time and money by standardizing on a single FTP client. SecureFX has all the features, capabilities, and utilities you need to make it easy to install, easy to adopt, and easy to maintain. Try SecureFX free for 30 days.
Please contact us for assistance in finding the right solution for your organization.
* 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.