The Pitfalls of Relying on FTP to Move Large Media Files

Is FTP slowing you down?


FTP was invented in 1971—the same year the floppy disk first became commercially available. Back then these were groundbreaking inventions.

Today? Well, things have moved on. A lot.

Floppy disks are long gone, yet, surprisingly, media companies the world over still use FTP to move today’s large files. Slowly. Unreliably. And often, insecurely.

It’s time FTP went the same way as the floppy. Download our eGuideThe Pitfalls of Relying on FTP to Move Large Media Files, to learn:

  • Why FTP simply can’t keep up in an age of ever larger and more urgent file transfers

  • How the headaches from relying on FTP for delivering and sharing your files are only getting worse

  • 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.


And that’s just the start.

The Pitfalls of Relying on FTP to Move Large Media Files
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