Organisations that maintain a large volume of data will likely use a file transfer protocol or FTP servers to improve knowledge management. 

The purpose of an FTP server is to provide secure access to controlled cloud space for data and information. Organisations that offer FTP servers to employees will also integrate an authentication system to ensure each user can only access his/her section. In other cases, organisations will create shared folders for individual departments.

Improve knowledge and information management in your organisation by installing and configuring an FTP server

Professional services organisations:

Businesses focused on improving performance will design and implement acceptable methods of storing information, including version control processes, mechanisms of backup and recovery, as well as a firewall with advanced access control settings.

Organisations focused on change will invest in robust multi-revision file systems that enable more than one user to update files in real-time while allowing the system to keep track of the most up-to-date version.

Transformation-focused organisations, such as those seeking to readjust their operating morels or those seeking to improve their internal processes and services, will use FTP servers to upload new charts and diagrams to help new staff understand the emerging elements of transformation.

Tech organisations

Technological-focused organisations preoccupied with web software development will leverage FTP servers to upload website content. FTP servers are compatible with Windows, Linux, and Apple operating systems, so managing content online becomes easy and secure.

Next steps:

If you want to install and configure an FTP server, get in touch and provide examples of information you will likely upload. This step is necessary because it gives us clues about the capacity you need, the speed and the bandwidth you are likely to utilise.

If you wish to have an FTP server configured with other technology, such as an email or web server, please also mention these details when contacting us.

If you prefer to send us files with information, you may want to use the email address provided. In this case, please ensure your email contains your contact details, including your name and phone number so we can contact you.

Please, get in touch to learn more.