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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
Share files up to 10GB
Mobile & desktop app access
Microsoft Outlook plugin
Receive large files from anyone
Add & remove users
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.
Hightail is the rebranded version of YouSendIt. It originally began as a service to send large files which were too big to be sent as an email attachment. But now after changing the name to Hightail, it also provides cloud storage, file synchronization and electronic signature in addition to sharing large files. It also offers document tracking so that one can know when a recipient has opened or downloaded a file. Hightail offers desktop applications, mobile applications and Outlook plugins which make it available across almost all platforms. It offers a free account with 2 GB of cloud storage and a maximum file size of 250 MB. Paid version gives you unlimited storage and e-signature with a 2 GB limit on the maximum file size.
One can set sharing controls and files can be accessed from anywhere on any device. It offers a dedicated folder which is synced across the devices. One can simply drag and drop the files to be synced to this folder. You can also set expiration date for the shared documents so that one cannot access or download those files or documents after a specified time. Even a limit can be applied on the total number of downloads using a particular link. Files can even be password protected for an additional layer of protection. It enhances the productivity as one can access official files on other devices and start from where you left at the office. Any changes made are reflected in real time to all the devices. Hightail can be used directly from Outlook and Sharepoint. It offers unparalleled security for your digital content all the time. The data is always encrypted whether in transit or on Hightail server. The Hightail data centers are protected by Firewalls and antivirus solutions for protection against hackers and malware. The files can even be wiped out remotely in case of a lost or stolen laptop or a mobile device.
Hightail cannot be integrated with CRM solutions like Salesforce which limits its use. Also, version management is not available which is a big miss as when used as a file collaboration platform, multiple people will work on the same file and if something goes wrong accidentally, there should always be an option to roll back to a previous version. No URL shortener service is integrated with Hightail which makes it difficult to share the file links on social media like Twitter which have word limitations.
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
Thursday 08 May 2014
When it comes to sharing files, Hightail is definitely one of the best available. The unlimited number of downloads, uploads, sends and storage space in addition to easy web access from your desktop, laptop or mobile devices means you can share all of your favorite files, anytime, anywhere. The tracking lets you know instantly if your files are being viewed and who is viewing them.More about Hightail
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
Friday 18 September 2015
This program used to be good, but now is so slow I can't even deal with it. The upload speeds are as if I have dial up. I mainly have an issue with any file that is bigger that 50mb. I use the desktop app, still slow, so then I started using wetransfer as a comparison. What would (450mb file) take 5 hours to upload on Hightail literally only took 19 minutes to upload with wetransfer, so obviously the problem isn't with me, it's with Hightail. Oh and if you tell hightail that the upload speeds are mindnumbingly slow, they tell you it's your fault... which would be true if it weren't for wetransfer showing me evidence to the contrary.More about Hightail
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