HiDrive & FTP
Hidrive is an online storage owned by STRATO, one of the biggest hosting companies in Europe. It provides free 5GB space for each account as well as upgrading plans.
Nowadays, using FTP for transferring large files is very common, so is for STRATO HiDrive FTP access. The following part is going to show you a quite easy way to connect HiDrive and FTP.
HiDrive FTP connection with MultCloud
If you choose MultCloud for HiDrive FTP access, what you need to do is just adding these two accounts into it then you’re able to sync/transfer files without switching and downloading anything. Because MultCloud is just designed as a platform for easier communication between two clouds. Since it’s a web app, you don’t have to install any client, either.
Apart from HiDrive and FTP, MultCloud also supports Dropbox, Evernote, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, hubiC, MySQL and MEGA. You’re allowed to add multiple accounts from the same provider as well. Such as combine Evernote acocunts.
Sign in MultCloud or experience without signing up. Then, as we said before, HiDrive FTP access only requires the accounts.
After that, it’s possible to upload files to HiDrive via FTP or to copy/move documents between them through contextmenu. Regular functions like “Rename”, “Delete”, etc work like they do in Windows Explorer or Finder in Mac OS X.
There’s no option for automatic or scheduled backups in HiDrive, but in MultCloud, the feature is available. You can set under “Transfer” tab.
More useful utilities are waiting for your exploration like search across clouds, etc. By the way, as data security has always been an important factor, you may check here: https://www.multcloud.com/security