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Posts Tagged ‘webdav client’

Extend the Capabilities of SyncBack with WebDrive File Transfer Client

Originally posted by www.2brightsparks.com SyncBack is software for Windows that allows you to backup your files to your chosen destination, and synchronize (copy in both directions) them. There are 3 versions of the product: a free version, and two paid versions (one is entry level, and the other is premium). SyncBack is a useful product…

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Map a Drive Letter to Synology NAS

Having a NAS (Network Attached Storage) is a great way to expand storage on your corporate network. If you use Synology NAS, you likely have lots of data and information that you and your end-users want to store and access securely and easily. The best part about a NAS is that it is accessible from…

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Using WebDrive WebDAV Client with OpenDrive

When OpenDrive implemented WebDAV as an available platform for accessing and working with files stored on their servers, the possibilities for cloud storage, for both personal and business applications, became endless. Before this protocol was implemented, any types of advanced file or folder functions could only be performed through the Windows and Mac applications, while…

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WebDAV vs. FTP

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between WebDAV and FTP?  If so, you are not alone. There seems to be some confusion about the differences between the two protocols. Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV),  by definition, is a set of extensions to the HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol), medical which allows users to…

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What is a WebDAV Client?

An Overview of WebDAV and the Benefits of Using a WebDAV Client   Overview of WebDAV Protocol Many cloud-based collaboration services use WebDAV protocol, or their own adaptations to enable their collaborative features. WebDAV is short for Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning and was developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in the 2007 RFC 4918.…

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WebDrive vs ExpanDrive

In 8 different performance tests, WebDrive outperformed ExpanDrive, making WebDrive the faster ExpanDrive alternative, but additionally making WebDrive the most cost-effective ExpanDrive alternative. This post is a derivative of an article published by ITler.net. Upload / Download Test Test scenario small files Upload: 300 MB photos WebDrive: Speed: approx. 3:20 minutes Maximum upload: 20 Minimum upload:…

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