FTP

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Synonyms for FTP

protocol that allows users to copy files between their local system and any system they can reach on the network

use the file transfer protocol to transfer data from one computer to another

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Unlike proprietary remote access and file transfer programs, GlobalTransfer 1.
With Portfolio, Aviva is the only PC-to-host connectivity solution on the market today to feature an automated "drag-and-drop" file transfer program.
is the publisher of the newly-released WIN 95 Advisor, a Windows 95 installation troubleshooting utility, and a file transfer program called FastMove
is the publisher of the best-selling WINCheckIt, the All-In-One Windows Problem Solver, and the new file transfer program FastMove
Mosaic is available free on the Internet, and can be downloaded using a file transfer program.
0 -- which remains a solid best seller -- and the promising start of the hot, new file transfer program FastMove
Prior to AlohaBob's PC-Relocator, users looking for automated solutions have had the choice of technically challenging disk cloning programs or file transfer programs.
Through subsequent programs like Merchant Direct Exchange, Visa was able to establish point-to-point links between the payment acceptance systems of high-volume merchants and VisaNet to enable faster and simpler connectivity and customized authorization and file transfer programs.
Trading partners connect to GoAnywhere Services using any number of readily available file transfer programs.
Unlike simple remote access or file transfer programs, BeInSync offers a full, bi-directional, synchronization engine that automatically and seamlessly keeps data in sync across computers," said Tal Barnoach, CEO of BeInSync.
PGP(R) Command Line provides the ability to insert PGP scripts into existing batch and file transfer programs to ensure information is transmitted using PGP encryption.
Ten subscriber devices or TANLink Access Units (TAUs) were used to simulate typical activities of both consumers and business professionals while they do Internet surfing and implement File Transfer Programs (FTPs) in an "always on" environment.