What will you get from ownCloud FTP access?
As cloud services have mushroomed all over the Internet, it’s not surprising that a lot of people decide to save their data into multiple clouds since it is convenient to transfer data to some degree. Although ownCloud and FTP are different, both of them are used to store and share files online. Considering the data security and better management, some users think about making ownCloud connect to FTP. Because ownCloud is a Dropbox-like cloud storage system on your own server or website, which is safer relatively.
What will you need for synchronization?
ownCloud FTP sync is not as difficult as you thought. What you need is just a web app -- MultCloud which has the ability to combine cloud storage into one. With this tool, cloud integration will be a piece of cake. You don’t have to install other numerous applications on devices anymore. As long as there’s network, it’s possible to manage data between them.
Apart from ownCloud connection to FTP, more than 20 clouds are 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, Alfresco, ADrive, Hubic, MySQL and MEGA.
How to connect ownCloud to FTP?
- Sign in or experience without signing up.
- Add ownCloud and FTP.
We won’t require any username or password if the service supports OAuth authorization. But you need enter information like the picture shown below for both of these two clouds.
- ownCloud connecting to FTP accomplished! When you right click any file in MultCloud, you’ll find it’s possible to preview, rename it or else and copy options will help you transfer files from one cloud to another handily.
By the way, MultCloud realizes scheduled file copy too under “Transfer” tab if you wanna back up regularly.
ownCloud is a prive cloud drive, as we mentioned above, MultCloud also supports public cloud drive, for example: Google Drive. Read more: Connect Google Drive to FTP.