Posted by Juan Rojas on Thu, Nov 11, 2010 @ 05:20 PM
That's right, folks - we've done it again!
Your humble author of this large file transfer blog has had another article accepted by ezinearticles.com - the Internet's leading article directory!
In this article ("Large File Transfer - Why Bother With FTP?") I tackle the subject of sending big files via FTP - the outdated technology we all know and love (or, y'know, dislike intently - guess which one I am?).
The article looks at the age of the protocol, as well as security and usability issues. I'm no Mark Twain, but I think it's both readable and informative, and (here I confess to bias) worth taking a look at.
Just follow the link to the article on (basically) FTP replacement. Of course, considering that you're here, it's not hard to guess what I recommend instead of FTP for sending large files...
Please let me know what you think in the comments!
Posted by Juan Rojas on Mon, Sep 20, 2010 @ 02:07 PM
I was directed to this fantastic post by Frank Strong (of Vocus & PRWeb fame) on the TopRank Online Marketing Blog that ties the classic 80's movie into social media.
I confess, as both a martial artist and marketer, that I think the concept is awesome all-around. Besides having a neat concept, the article is well-written and provides useful advice, especially to those new to social media marketing. It doesn't have anything to do with large file transfers, but I think you'll find it interesting and useful.
Here's the link. Enjoy!
Posted by Ross Mann on Mon, Jun 28, 2010 @ 11:43 AM
FilesDIRECT is now on follow us here @filesdirect. Use twitter to stay up to date with what we are doing to the site or let us know what you think of our site, even suggest upgrades if you like.
Posted by Ross Mann on Mon, Jun 28, 2010 @ 11:41 AM
We finally have a blog! Our blog is a chance for us to engage you our clients directly. We will post information about our new upgrades, how certain site features work, and just general information about transferring files. This will also be your chance to talk to us about what you like and dislike about our service, or even suggest something you would like to see added to the service.
Stay tuned for more.