April 25, 2014
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Description of FTPGetter 5.55
Automate FTP and SFTP changes to save a lot of time
With FTPGetter, users have an simpler way to get to files from a server using an FTP/SFTP client. Normally, their only option is to manually log in and move, check, or add files. This can be time-consuming for any worker and is not the most efficient use of time. Plus, users who need to stay abreast of the most recent file changes and updates can easily miss them when having to search for them manually.
FTPGetter will automate FTP and SFTP transfers so this time-consuming manual approach becomes a thing of the past. The application allows users to set up tasks, such as synchronizing the files on the server with those in the user's local folder, and schedule their frequency (once per day, several days per week, etc.). Then the software takes care of the tasks while the worker goes about their normal routine.
The ability to automate FTP and SFTP transfers also means users can stay up to date with the files more simply and can even send or receive email notifications when specific jobs are finished. The easy-to-use interface of the software is another bonus. Users can set up and schedule tasks with a few clicks of the mouse. Wizards incorporated into the program make this part of the set-up a breeze even for novice users. This will be a relief to the end users, as well as to the organisation's IT department.
Using an FTP/SFTP client to access server files is a good idea, particularly in a business setting, but the FTPGetter software allows that good idea to be implemented more efficiently.
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FTPGetter 3 Professional automate FTP and SFTP upload and download, scheduling transfers between remote server locations and your local or network workstation
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