Your business users and managers will love our responsive web interface that lets them manage your account, review activity, and more. ExaVault's cloud based SFTP server hosting frees up your technical resources, removing the need for in-house SFTP server and network infrastructure, and gives you instant access with easy-to-use web tools and features. One of the great things about using ExaVault's hosted SFTP server is that it includes a comprehensive set of account management and file sharing features.
How to Upload a File through File Manager
Cloud Storage: Pros and Cons
There are quite a few ways to upload a file to your server at InMotion Hosting. How you upload your files will depend on your preference and your accessibility to the server. We assume that you know where within your account you need to upload your files. Enjoy high-performance, lightning-fast servers with increased security and maximum up-time with our Managed VPS Hosting! The following will explain why you would pick one method or the other.
A short overview on cloud storage
Serving, sharing, and storing files was probably the very reason many small and midsize companies built out their intranet infrastructure in the first place, and may still be the only reason that many companies have a server in their office or are renting server space. And as the workforce became more mobile, these servers took on the additional duties of sharing your internal files with employees on the road or working from home, even though they may not have always been designed for those functions. Cloud hosting, on the other hand, was born from a networked world with sharing, collaboration, and mobility being key considerations from the very beginning. Despite only being a relatively recent technological innovation, cloud computing has leveraged these strengths to quickly start eating away at the share of file hosting and file sharing duties of traditional server setups. So which is better for your needs? What are the pros and cons of legacy file sharing servers compared to the newcomer cloud storage? File servers have been the mainstays and workhorses of the business world practically since business networking has been a term. There are a significant number of pros to keeping your files on an internal or externally managed server that you control. The biggest pro is ownership. While you may not own a rented server, if you are on shared hosting for example, you still control all of the contents of the server without doubt, and a hosting company cannot simply pull the plug on you, erase your data, or otherwise compromise the integrity of your data.
Although there are several ways to share files over the Internet, attaching them to email is perhaps the most popular and prevalent mechanism. That was until Dropbox burst into the scene and revolutionized the process of sharing files. Moreover, the files no longer existed inside isolated silos and were now omnipresent and could be accessed from anywhere. There are plenty of other good services that enable you to host your private files and exchange them with others without much fuss. The best thing about the service is that it offers this feature on its free account as well.