eGuide: 7 Pitfalls of Relying on FTP to Move Large Files

7 Pitfalls of Relying on FTP to Move Large Files eGuideFTP is slow and unreliable, it’s resource-intensive to maintain, and users find it challenging – but it has long been the default choice for sending and sharing large files. When very few people needed to move files that were multiple gigabytes in size, FTP was “good enough.” But times have changed. Files sizes are growing exponentially, global collaboration is commonplace, and consumer file-sharing services set a high bar for usability.

Take a look at this new eGuide from Signiant to learn about some of the reasons why it’s time to reconsider FTP for moving large files.
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