FTP Today has deployed our new web interface for secure file transfer to all customer FTP sites. The new interface has been in development for many months in an effort to eliminate any and all obstacles to end user browser compatibility.
The Benefits of the New Web Interface for Customers
Uses only HTTPS
Compatible with any Web browser.
Uses Standard port 443.
No special firewall rules necessary.
No Java or other plugin required!
Compatible with native web browsers.
Compatible with mobile devices such as iPad.
Java and constant changes in Java Security have been the bane of many-a-user's existence for some time. No longer.
Familiar Ease of Use
Click a folder to Navigate.
Click a file to Download.
Multiple ways to Upload.
Select one or more files or folders to Cut, Copy, Renameor Delete.
Same operations available as Right Click Options.
Drag & Drop to & from Windows Explorer.
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About Martin Horan
Founder of FTP Today and an expert in secure file transfer and Internet protocols. A software and IT geek since a young age, Martin has successfully led his companies through the digital age by spotting market niches and filling them with quality IT services.
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