Email Attachments
Email Attachments

Email service isn’t really ideal for sharing large files with other users. Email service has an attachment limit, doesn’t support resuming of downloads and is not secure. Sending important data using email is risky because data is sent as is. Your emails can be intercepted and fall into the wrong hands.

For a secure way of sharing of files, you might want to try a FTP service. This service lets you store files in a remote server through file transfer protocol. This protocol is safe because it allows encrypted data exchange sessions. Another great feature of FTP service is it allows large files to be shared. You just need to upload your files to the server, then send out links so others could download the files directly from their computer. This service also allows easy management of files. You can access your data using a file transfer protocol client, web based file manager or through command lines.

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I am the CEO and Co-Founder of SmartFile. My role is to find the right people and give them the right tools and resources needed to grow both professionally and personally.

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