Do you need FTP access?
“I love hubiC. The moment I read about it, I started to use and introduced it to other people as well. But if you guys do not let FTP access hubiC, you will have hard time fighting with competitors...”, someone said in hubiC forum.
Although FTP access may bring some security concerns, still, many users want the feature. The reality is that you can not make a hubiC FTP connection directly from its site. So what should you do if you need to link hubiC and FTP indeed? Don’t worry, it will be easily solved by MultCloud.
Connect hubiC and FTP via MultCloud
Working as a multiple clouds manager, MultCloud is practical enough to combine cloud storage into one so that you can transfer files among them conveniently with just one-time login. And there’s no need to install any additional software on your desktop or mobile devices since it’s a website form app. Now let’s do hubiC FTP connection with MultCloud step by step.
1) sign up or experience without signing up.
2) After logging in, add your FTP and hubiC accounts one by one.
Tips: As you see, many other cloud services are also supported in MultCloud: Dropbox, Evernote, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, MySQL and MEGA. Besides, it’s possible to add several accounts of the same provider like you can transfer files between FTP servers.
3) hubiC FTP connection is finished! You can copy/move files from hubiC to FTP and vice versa by dragging or using copy options from context menu. When right clicking a specific document, you will find more utilities such as “Preview”, “Share”, etc.
If regular backup is needed, set under “Transfer” tab.