Why need to Transfer FTP to MEGA?
There are various reasons. One file in your FTP but not in MEGA, so you want to transfer it from FTP to MEGA. In our impression, both FTP and MEGA are used to store large files. However, FTP is different to cloud drive. Among common cloud drives, MEGA provides the biggest free storage for users. So if you want to move FTP files to a cloud drive, MEGA is a good choice. What’s more, the security of MEGA is very high.
Using MultCloud to transfer FTP to MEGA
Next, I will teach you a direct way to move between FTP and MEGA - with the help of MultCloud. To start MultCloud, there are two ways. One is creating an account, another is experiencing without signing up. Both of them are free.
MultCloud supports clouds: Google Drive, Box, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SugarSync, Alfresco, Hubic, Evernote, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, HiDrive, MySQL, Flickr, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, BaiDu and WebDav.
In MultCloud, the first step is to add FTP and MEGA. Enter your information then click Add button. By the way, the same brand cloud into MultCloud, you can manage multiple MEGA accounts with MultCloud.
Right click a file or folder in FTP, selecting “Copy” or “Copy to” will copy it to MEGA. The simplest way is dragging & dropping directly.
As we said before, users use FTP and MEGA to store huge files. When you transfer, you can’t complete it at one time. Don’t worry, MultCloud has a professional transfer service, you can do scheduled file copy even after power off.
As multiple cloud storage manager, besides FTP and MEGA, MultCloud supports many other cloud services(eg, FTP to Evernote) as well as WebDav. The key feature of MultCloud is transferring and syncing. It also has managing functions such as renaming, previewing, sharing and so on. MultCloud ensures the strongest security for data management through many ways: Website connect and data transmission using 256-bit AES encryption for SSL. MultCloud does not save or cache your data on its servers.