Just Computing’s Secure Managed File Transfer
Securing the way you transfer your data
Secure FTP Hosting and online data storage solutions for your business, supporting FTP, SFTP and FTPS plus web and mobile transfers via HTTP and HTTPS.
The best FTP server for the mobile age. It provides secure file transfer, managed file transfer and access to your documents from anywhere.
All of our FTP Hosting packages include the ability to access via Secure FTP as standard. This includes access over SFTP (port 22, also sometimes called SCP or SSH File Transfer), FTPS (standard FTP wrapped in SSL encryption, similar to secure websites) and via our Secure Web Portal over HTTPS.
Top 5 Reasons to use our Managed File Transfer service
File Transfers from Web Browsers and Mobile Devices
An extremely easy-to-use FTP software that allows you to quickly transfer files and upload and download documents from the Web and from mobile devices. With an intuitive drag-and-drop file transfer option, you can access files from anywhere. The service also supports large file transfer (>2GB).
Secure & Ad Hoc File Sharing
Supports secure file sharing, allowing your end-users to send files to and request files from other people. This enables your FTP end-users to quickly and easily share files on an ad hoc basis. With this functionality, our software supports peer-to-peer or person-to-person file sharing requirements.
Integration with Existing AD, LDAP, Database & Storage Infrastructures
Integrates with your existing Active Directory® (AD) and other LDAP servers, allowing you to easily provision access to employees in your organisation. Also integrates with external databases and file storage, which means you can apply your own security policies and leverage your existing procedures, monitors, and controls.
Managed File Transfer with Centralised Administration
Provides a centralised Web console for remote file transfer management and administration. As an administrator, you can remotely set up domains, add users and groups, monitor FTP sessions and logs, define access permissions, and more.