SFTP Server

What is SFTP Server?

SFTP stands for Secure File Transfer Protocol. SFTP Server is a network protocol that allows you to securely access, transfer and manage large files and secure data.

Why use a SFTP Server?

There are many threats to data being sent over the internet. Many malicious attackers are sitting to hamper your data. In order to keep your data safe, it is very much necessary to make use of SFTP.

When do I need a SFTP Server?

If your business has any data that needs to be protected, like healthcare records or card payment data, turn to an SFTP solution to keep that data out of unauthorized hands.

What is the difference between FTP and SFTP?

FTP is the traditional file transfer protocol. It's a basic way of using the Internet to share files. SFTP (or Secure File Transfer Protocol) is an alternative to FTP that also allows you to transfer files, but adds a layer of security to the process.

How secure is a SFTP Server?

SFTP is more secure than FTP, as it encrypts all data transferred between the client and server, including usernames and passwords. Additionally, SFTP requires user authentication, meaning that only authorized users have access to the data

Plans & Pricing

Access unlimited users with a Server license

€ 999

excl. VAT/serverUnlimited users/year

Features included:

€ 1999

excl. VAT/serverUnlimited users/year

Includes everything in Medi plus: