With WebDrive, accessing and editing files in the cloud or on corporate SFTP, WebDAV and SharePoint Servers is as easy as editing any file on your Mac. Open, edit, save. It’s that simple.
WebDrive’s instantly familiar interface lets you fluently work with cloud storage, local files and files on remote servers through one common access point. Use WebDrive instead of the traditional FTP Client, WebDAV Client or SFTP Client to reduce the steps of updating remote content.
Connect to popular cloud storage servers through the convenience of a mounted volume in Finder and work with files on Google Drive and Amazon S3 just like local files on your Mac. It’s like having the cloud on a USB drive.
Since users already know how to use the Finder interface, WebDrive can reduce the training time often associated with implementing new applications. WebDrive’s cost-effective multi-seat licensing allows easy standardization of your file transfer software, rather than having users download a variety of applications that your IT team will need to support.
To try WebDrive in your own environment, you can download a free 20-day, full-function WebDrive for Mac trial—without filling out registration forms.
FTP resume interrupted download – if connection has been lost during a file transfer, WebDrive can resume from the point where there connection was lost, rather that restarting from the beginning.
Secure passwords – WebDrive uses S/KEY Password Encryption – Use MD4 & MD5 password encryption for supported FTP servers.
File Caching – WebDrive caches both file and directory listings for quick access. You can control the amount of disk space used for the cache, and whether to cache files, directory listings, or both.
Backup Utility – WebDrive includes a simple backup utility so that you can easily back up your PC files to an offsite server.
Compression for faster transfers – WebDrive supports ZLIB compression on SFTP transfers for faster transfer speeds.
A complete list of WebDrive’s advanced features can be found in the WebDrive User’s Guide.
WebDrive is an excellent replacement for a traditional FTP Client, WebDAV Client or other file transfer application. But did you know that WebDrive can also:
Replace your VPN. Use WebDrive as a replacement for slow, complex, expensive VPNs, enabling your remote staff to access files as easily as if they were on your corporate network.
Manage Multiple Websites. Web designers and developers who manage multiple sites can map a drive to each site.
Access Google Drive directly. Google Drive clients write the files first to a sync folder and then send them to the server. If your local sync folder is deleted or damaged, WebDrive still lets you get to those cloud files. This is also useful if you have limited hard drive space on your Macintosh.
Integrate Mac scripts and programs with remote files. Use WebDrive to add remote file access to any Macintosh script or program. Your script can just read from or write to any device moutn created by WebDrive. There’s no need to program the specific protocol commands.
Extend the reach of desktop search. Just configure your desktop search program to search the drives that are mapped by WebDrive. Your desktop search tool will be able to return results from your Mac, cloud storage and other remote servers.
Backup your files. For simple backup requirements, use WebDrive’s File Manager to schedule full or partial backups. You can back up the files on your Macintosh to any remote server that WebDrive is connected to.
Enhance the functionality of your other apps. WebDrive is recommended by the software vendors or customers of the following products:
WebDrive connects to many types of web servers, as well as servers in the cloud. You can use WebDrive to access your files on all of the following server types and protocols:
WebDrive is very elegant in that it mounts FTP sites as persistent remote volumes, allowing us to navigate and manipulate our assets using Windows Explorer. WebDrive is EXACTLY what we needed.Richard Ruotolo
Director of IT
Public Radio International
WebDrive for Mac is supported on both 32- and 64-bit platforms.
*Snow Leopard and older versions of OS X are no longer supported as a platform for WebDrive for Mac.