If you want the power and flexibility of an on-premises SFTP server but don’t want the headache of maintaining and updating hardware, a cloud SFTP service is a great solution. A move to the cloud can result in significant cost savings and increased operational efficiency. In fact, 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by year’s end. If you are considering making a switch to online FTP storage or are simply looking for an alternative to existing software, here are some cloud FTP server options to consider.
Price: Based upon your selected configuration and number of hours the service runs.
Titan SFTP Server offers advanced security and scalability. It is the only solution that we reviewed that offers the ability to choose the server configurations, such as number of processors, amount of memory, etc. Because you only pay for the storage and processing hours you use with Titan (and not per user, as with most other services), it offers the lowest cost for more than 15 users. Azure offers the ability to run the server during specific hours, and then turn the server off as a cost savings.
Titan SFTP Server in Azure offers 3 preconfigured options, including a configuration for Cisco CUCM backup. Cisco has recommended the Titan service as a certified backup provider.
Published reviews of Titan’s technical support team indicate they are responsive and dedicated to ensuring customer satisfaction.
Pros: Pricing is based upon the storage and processing hours that you use, and not per user. Easily scalable with flexible configuration options. Most cost-effective option for medium-to-large organizations.
Cons: No file sharing options
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