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5 Secure Online Services To Transfer Large Files

In the vast digital world of today, transferring large files is an essential task. However, ensuring the safety of sensitive information is equally crucial. Here are five large file transfer services that provide both secure and efficient file transfers:

Dropbox (dropbox.com)

One of the most popular cloud-based file-sharing platforms, Dropbox offers end-to-end encryption for both file transfers and storage. This large file transfer service provides granular control over file access and sharing permissions, making it ideal for businesses.

WeTransfer (wetransfer.com)

A sleek and straightforward file-sharing service that allows users to transfer files up to 2GB in size for free. WeTransfer uses TLS encryption to secure data in transit and allows users to set passwords for added protection.

Google Drive (drive.google.com)

A reliable and widely-used service, Google Drive provides secure large file transfer and storage services through encryption at rest and in transit. Users can also set permissions for shared files and folders, making it a great option for collaboration.

Send Anywhere (send-anywhere.com)

A peer-to-peer file-sharing service, Send Anywhere uses end-to-end encryption to ensure secure large file transfers. The platform does not store any data, making it a more private option for sensitive files.

Tresorit Send (send.tresorit.com)

A service specifically designed for secure file transfers, Tresorit Send offers end-to-end encryption, password protection, and a link expiration feature for added security. This large file transfer service also allows users to send files up to 5GB in size.

In conclusion

These five large file transfer services provide secure and efficient options for transferring important files. Whether for personal or business use, these platforms offer various features and security measures to ensure the safe transfer of sensitive information.


But wait… what about DAM?

You don’t need a stand alone large file transfer service at all (i.e. Dropbox and Google Drive are mostly file storage services), because many other software solutions in your stack already support the sharing of large files.

One of the most popular software categories for managing, sharing or transferring files is DAM or digital asset management software. DAM’s are intrinsically safe, with registered users and logins, encrypted storage and/or encrypted shares/file-transfers.

One of the main benefits of using DAM for large file transfers, is that many of the files you’ll want to transfer probably already lives in the DAM, so you don’t need to wait for the files to upload first.

Plus you typically also get other benefits, like

  • staying brand safe,
  • the ability to share to trusted users (who may have to login),
  • surfacing licensing info automatically (with built in rights management)
  • knowing that you are sending the right version (with built in version control),
  • automatic attachment of brand guidelines
  • and more

Not to mention the ultimate time-saver, self-service, where registered users can login and find what they need. No need for you fiddle around finding email addresses, or to send at all.

One DAM software that includes large file transfers is Brandkit®. Learn more here about Brandkit’s built in File Transfers here.

Happy transferring :)

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5 Secure Online Services To Transfer Large Files

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