Secure File Transfer Trusted by Thousands of Companies
Give your users a safe and secure way to share files
Public file sharing, also known as ad-hoc file transfer or person-to-person file transfer, allows your users to share any file or folder and through a unique, time-limited, public link.
The benefits of sending files via a public link as opposed to email include:
- Secure file transfer is built in - you have visibility and control over the data moving into and out of your business.
- Sending large files won’t burden email servers or exceed mailbox quotas.
- Files are transferred with strong encryption and can be password protected.
- No more wasted time figuring out how to send a file to someone.
- Links can be set to automatically expire by the user or administrator
Create and Send Public Links
You have full control over public file sharing. Before a user can share a file or folder publicly, the administrator has to grant explicit sharing priviledges to that user’s virtual folder. Once granted permission, users can share files or entire folders.
Send a Public Upload Link
Easily send upload links to allow recipients to securely send your users files.
Optionally (or require) password protect a share link.
Advanced Sharing Options
Specialized options like isolated, hidden upload shares allow issuing share links that can be posted to collect submissions from many uploaders without anyone being able to see what others have uploaded.
Advanced notification options ensure the sharer can be notified whenever a file has been uploaded or downloaded.
Control Access Permissions
Let your users determine what kind of access they want to allow for their public share links.
Get Notified of Changes
Users can choose to be notified whenever new activity occurs on a public share link.
Email a link to a Public File
In addition to public file sharing, users can also email a link to a public share directly from within the Cerberus FTP Server web client. Users just need to click the "Email" button on a file to open a dialog for emailing the file.
Revoking Public File or Folder Access
Users and administrators can revoke access to open public links at anytime through the Cerberus FTP Server web client or administrative UI.
Easy Access for Recipients
When a user emails a public file link, the recipient will receive an email with your user’s message and a public, unique link to the file or folder. Recipients will be directed to an intuitive web client powered by Cerberus FTP Server where they can download the shared files. Cerberus will log all access through the file’s public link.
Full Feature List
Here's how Cerberus FTP Server delivers better secure file transfer.
Auditing and Reporting
The Report Manager generates detailed reports of client activity based on user names, date ranges, and file access.
File Transfer Automation
The Event Manager allows you to configure email notification, perform file operation or batch file actions, and carry out server operations based off of server events or scheduled tasks.
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"Our users have found Cerberus to be straightforward. We have handled many service tickets over the past three years, and Cerberus has had the least number of issues, by far."
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