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Add Custom Icons to your Favorites
Show the File Count
Skip Files Automatically
Customize Your Favorites View
Try Dock Send
Make a Droplet
Quickly Copy a Web URL
Make “Get Info” Automatically Update As You Change Files
Show Folders Above Files
Zip Files Directly On an SFTP Server
Get Image Dimensions using Quick Look
20 GB Storage/Bandwidth
20+ employee accounts
24/7 telephone and email support
Unlimited client users
Encrypted transfer and storage
Plugin for Microsoft Outlook
Mobile Device Security
User Management Tool
Mac users are not spoilt for variety of applications. In fact, it's not easy to find the good FTP-client with the rich feature set and stable performance. Transmit is a pleasant exception to the rule. The program stores iDisk and Bonjour connections, stores connection history and contains a folder for bookmarks. Selected connections are synced via MobileMe, so you will have identical connections on all your Macs. There is the unique Places feature. Places are shortcuts to different folders within the FTP connection. This means that you can save bookmark for each remote or local environment. It is possible to synchronize folders using the Transmit. The direction of synchronization may be configured. The user also can add some additional options, such as deleting old documents and determining changed files. Transmit even allows to simulate synchronization in order to ensure that the settings are correct. Transmit provides the ability to mount the FTP connection in the Finder (using MacFUSE). Your connections appear on your desktop, and you can easily move, delete and modify files on the server as if they were in your system. Since MacFUSE is responsible for all of the connections, there is no need to start Transmit. If you activate the `Transmit Disk menu` feature, you can connect and disconnect the drives right from the menu bar of OS X. Transmit also supports Droplets and DockSend features. Droplets are small pre-configured applications designed for the automatic file uploading into the predefined directory on the server. Just move the file to the droplet, and it will be automatically uploaded into the folder you want. DockSend feature allows you quickly upload files to a directory on the server by dragging and dropping these files on the Transmit icon in the Dock.
Citrix Sharefile is a late entrant to the crowded file sharing and storage service market. It provides robust and secure cloud storage and offers complete file tracking for shared files. It can be easily integrated with some enterprise applications. Files are encrypted both in transit and while in storage on their servers. One can remotely remove the shared content in case of device theft.
Citrix Sharefile has made sharing the files very easy through email using a plugin. The process remains the same as attaching a file in your email. So, without any change in user experience, one is able to large media files through their email. But attaching a large file via email can take a very long time. So one can simply upload the file and share a link to the file with the recipient. The recipient can then access this file from anywhere and any device using a web browser. Citrix Sharefile deploys AES 256-bit encryption which is an advanced encryption method. Citrix servers are also protected by various antivirus solutions and firewalls so as to protect your files from theft. It offers complete control of your files by providing complete tracking of who accessed the file and providing an ability to set file link expiration date. The best feature is that it maintains unlimited file versions for all the files. This helps to restore the file to any previous version and is very helpful when multiple people are working on the same file. Citrix Sharefile can seamlessly integrate with any Enterprise Content Management System like Microsoft Sharepoint or Filenet. One can even connect to other cloud storage providers like Box, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive and Dropbox.
One cannot add an additional layer of password protection to their files. This makes sharing your files using a link is very vulnerable. Anyone having an access to that link can download the file. So there is no way to share files with a view only mode. Citrix Sharefile is a very expensive file sharing option for enterprises especially when they have a large number of users. It is only cloud-based and does not offer an option to have a folder synced on every device.
Wednesday 28 April 2010
Transmit 4 is almost perfect. I say almost because perfection doesn't exist, so my almost is a symptom of something that truly stands out and, basically, has no competitors. It's beautiful.I don't think I've seen such a great looking piece of software gracing my Mac recently. Transmit 4 is what we love about Mac OS X.More about Transmit
Wednesday 27 March 2013
Sharefile is a tool which is both easy to use and flexible enough for almost any file transfer requirement. It's the best choice for Firms who would like a simple and secure tool for storing and exchanging files with clients, staff, and vendors.More about Citrix ShareFile
Sunday 08 February 2015
I am really impressed with Samanage, they have a great product with unique features. Usability is supereb and design is pleasant to the eyes. If you are looking for a Service Desk, give Samanage a chance with a 14 days trial, just to see what a great Service Desk looks like.More about Samanage
Wednesday 09 September 2015
What do you like best?Sharefile did make saving files that were too large for our case management software (Legal Files) more convenient.What do you dislike?It isn't particularly intuitive and was very buggy when we used it. For co-workers with less reliable internet connections or who were less computer literate it was incredibly difficult to use.Recommendations to others considering the productThere are easier programs to use out there. ShareFile gets the job done in that it does store large files. When we were using it there seemed to be constant problems with uploading and organizing files. While I'm sure some of that was attributable to user error since we have some employees who are less computer literate, the difficulty they experienced turned us off this product.What business problems are you solving? What benefits have you realized?We used it to store large video and audio files, which it did do. It was getting the documents in there and organized that was more difficult.More about Citrix ShareFile
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