In this post, you will find one secure and easy way to transfer files from FTP to Dropbox without using the downloading and uploading method.
The File Transfer Protocol is a standard network protocol used for the transfer of computer files between a client and server on a computer network. You can use FTP to exchange files between computer accounts, transfer files between an account and a desktop computer, or access online software archives.
Dropbox is a file hosting service that offers cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud and client software. It’s widely used by many people because it’s easy to use and many users have been using it because it’s built-in many android devices now. As it’s easy to use, many people insist on using it without considering other cloud drives.
Even though FTP is the traditional way of saving files online but it’s a little bit hard to use for most people because they have to make additional settings and that’s why people want to move files from FTP to Dropbox. But there comes a question on how to transfer from FTP to Dropbox.
Luckily, in this article, we will offer one FREE and best cloud to cloud file transfer tool, MultCloud to help transfer your files from FTP to Dropbox account.
MultCloud is a web-based free file transfer manager tool that can transfer files across cloud drives from one console without downloading and uploading. It has the following features:
In addition to above features, MultCloud supports more than 30 cloud drives at present including Google Drive, G Suite, Dropbox, Dropbox for Business, Flickr, MEGA, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, FTP, etc.
MultCloud, a free cloud to cloud transfer tool, is favored by many users to transfer or sync files from one drive to other. Let’s take a closer look at how it works.
Step 1. Create one MultCloud account. If you do not create it, you could click “Experience without signing up” option to get one temp account so you can test it.
Step 2. Click “Add Clouds” to add FTP account to MultCloud.
Note: Make sure that your FTP has read/write permissions, otherwise, MultCloud may be unable to transfer files.
Step 3. Click “Dropbox” from the listed drives below and follow the guides to add your Dropbox to MultCloud.
Step 4. Transfer Files from FTP to Dropbox with “Cloud Transfer”. Select folders that you want to transfer from FTP as the source, select destination directory under Dropbox as the target path, click “Transfer Now” and wait for the process to complete.
As you can see, it’s very easy to transfer files from FTP to Dropbox and the entire process has not asked you to download and upload. In addition to “Cloud Transfer”, MultCloud also has “Cloud Explorer” and “Cloud Sync”.
For “Cloud Explorer”, it can help you upload files to cloud, copy files from one cloud to another cloud directly without logging in and out and you can also upload files to your cloud through URL. For example, if you want to upload to Google Drive from URL, you can make full use of “Cloud Explorer”.
For “Cloud Sync”, it allows you to create sync relationships across clouds. Currently, it supports one-way sync and two-way sync. For “One-way sync”, it has 7 modes including “Simple Sync”, “Mirror Sync”, “Move Sync”, “Update Sync”, “Cumulative Sync”, “Incremental Backup Sync’ and “Full Backup Sync”. So if you want to sync photos between OneDrive and Google Photos, you can use this feature.
MultCloud Supports Clouds
Multcloud Key Features
Transfer files in clouds, FTP and WebDav for easily file management & information delivery.
Sync two clouds or directories in two clouds through two-way sync or one-way sync.
Combine multiple cloud storages into one and manage them like in Windows explorer.