ADrive Adds FTP Services

ADrive now offers file transfer protocol services

January 31, 2009

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EMERYVILLE, Calif. -- ADrive, the only company offering 50GB of free online storage, announces the release of File Transfer Protocol (FTP) services. ADrive’s new FTP offering is available to Signature and Premium customers through their existing accounts, and new users can try this new service by signing up for a free, 14-Day trial account. Supporting a majority of FTP clients, ADrive’s FTP services allow customers to transfer and manage their files without having to log into a web interface, using any operating system environment that supports FTP.

Access to ADrive’s FTP server opens up a world of options for Signature and Premium users to transfer files to and from any location in the world using 3rd-Party FTP applications. ADrive customers can now use the new FTP services for drive mapping, using preferred backup software to backup files, mobile access to files, and much more. ADrive’s FTP server can also be accessed using secure FTP to provide data encryption during transport.

Upcoming features to soon be officially released by ADrive include: ADrive Desktop, a desktop client supported by Windows, Mac and Unix operating systems; a mobile device application for increased access to ADrive accounts; collaboration solutions for businesses and other groups; an image gallery for viewing photos online; a media player for streaming audio and video files; folder sharing capabilities and much more.

ADrive LLC

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