FTP Help & Engineering Support Done Right

For a technical product like the high-level FTP solutions offered here at ExaVault, you want a support team that is on your side. An SFTP hosting solution can sometimes get complicated or be a bit of a puzzle. You want to keep your head in YOUR business, not an FTP server. Whatever level your technical skills and FTP knowledge are at, you can get engineering support including direct contact with our Rockstar Engineers.
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FTP hosting solutions at ExaVault

Today practically every business needs to share files. Let’s explore investing in a secure FTP hosted account that enables you to unburden your in-house PC or laptop and mobile devices by uploading everything off-site to a reliable cloud infrastructure. With a hosted FTP service like Exavault, you get many features that you don’t get with an in-house server. Our FTP hosting service includes unlimited file & folder transfer, activity notifications, unlimited users, granular file or folder access, secure protocol support and even custom branding. Or how about critical reporting on activity or managing the access of a user to files or folders. Traditional FTP services don’t always have this rich feature set come standard.
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In-House FTP vs Hosted FTP

If you’re running own business, you want to be sure everything is working like a Swiss watch. And the widespread belief that self-help is the best help often leads to doing things yourself and even considering deploying an FTP server yourself with internal resources. If this sounds like you and you’ve chosen to implement FTP, keep reading to learn about the differences between in-house FTP and hosted FTP alternatives.
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Google Drive for teams, Exavault for businesses

Technology is developing at a fervent pace these days and keeping current means the difference between edging out your competitors and being edged out yourself. If it hasn’t already, the day will come when you’ll be sending a project folder to your client via Gmail and get prompted with “Large files must be shared with Google Drive” before you can proceed. You’ll sit back and ask yourself “Has my business outgrown Google Drive?”.
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