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How to Realize the Fast and Efficient Transfer of Super-large Files?

2020-07-07

Nowadays, people are in a digital age, and many files need to be stored and transferred, especially some oversized files, because the files are getting bigger and bigger now, from the initial K-grade to the current G-unit, all of which need more and more space to store. At the same time, the stored files are often shared with friends and colleagues, some even in different places. This is another problem that needs to be solved, that is, large file transfer.

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How to solve these difficulties in file transfer?

In the past, we would upload data to a certain network disk and let the other party download it. But it sounds like too old today and it’s the time to say goodbye to such a traditional way.

Now, the file collaboration platform with the most innovative experience, Raysync Cloud, can be used for super-large file transfer. It only needs to upload files to the platform once, and when necessary, it only needs to use the sharing function. No matter how many files are, they can be transferred to relevant personnel with one click.

The super-large file transfer function of Raysync Cloud can transfer files to people in need anytime and anywhere without being limited by time, distance, file size, or even network speed. The realization of these functions is as simple as uploading files to the platform once and clicking the Share button. In the future, if the file is modified several times, the version will be automatically overwritten without uploading it again.

With Raysync Cloud, it’s never been so easier to transfer large file, you can sync your file to the cloud platform with only one click.

At the same time, by adopting bank standard AES-256 encryption, Raysync provides security features to protect your files from internal and external risks. Choose Raysync Cloud, which makes it easy for you to transfer large files!

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