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Secure: 128-bit SSL encryption
Fast & easy to use (“One Click Send”)
Transfer files from anywhere anytime
Easy to configure
Low cost
Fully customizable upload page (“dropbox”)
Embedded into your web site
Free Trial
Instant e-mail confirmation to sender
Instant e-mail notifcation to receiver
Easy file management tool
Powerful reporting functionality
High speed file Transfer
Typical firewall and proxy pass-thru
Supports large files
No software needed to transfer data
Recipient can be offline while sending
Supports multiple platforms

It is now common to receive large files over the Internet. Unfortunately, email is the most popular method to receive files, but it is very unreliable and ineffective if the files are relatively large. Printers, graphics artists, lawyers, video production companies, music production companies, and many other businesses can benefit by using FilesDIRECT to receive large files from their customers and associates - our easy to use interface is a walk in the park compared to trying to email large files (which are never delivered if the file is too big).

FilesDIRECT was designed to make sure our users can receive large files from any sender in an easy and reliable way.  Emailing large files is too risky for business transactions and FilesDIRECT makes it easy for the sender to transfer files without the risks.  Senders need not signup or pay for the transfer of the files. Once you signup with FilesDIRECT, you will have a customized file upload page ready to be used by your clients, staff or contractors. Simply give the senders your upload page URL, and you will be able to receive large files easily over the Internet without them having to email the large files. With FilesDIRECT, receiving large files has become much easier then the conventional ‘email’ method. Please set up a 30 day trial and start to receive large files easily and effectively over the Internet now, without the unreliability of email or the hassle of FTP.