Managed File Transfer


Managed file transfer - On schedule

Automate file transfers over Internet, using SFTP, FTP/S, and FTP protocols. You can also automate file transfers between local and network share folders.

Dashboard

See status of file transfers at a glance. Dashboard shows you statistics about your daily transfers, like number of tasks run, number of files transferred and total data moved. It also shows you currently running tasks, and list of completed file transfers with full audit trail.

Extremely fast transfers

Transfer files up to 12X faster. BatchSync supports multithreaded file transfers, so it can use up to 12 parallel file transfer streams concurrently for each task. And you can have multiple tasks running simultaneously.

Unlimited file sizes

Transfer 100+ GB files with ease.

Automatic retry and resume

If any file transfer fail in the middle, Batchsync automatically resumes the transfer from the exact point of failure.

Compression support

BatchSync accelerates file transfers with on-the-fly file compression.

IPv6 support

BatchSync fully supports IPv6 connections and networks.

SFTP support

Exchange files securely over Internet with SFTP protocol. SFTP uses SSH connection to the remote server to transfer files. Full support for SSH public key authentication for logins using private/public key pair.

FTP/S support

Connect and exchange files securely with Microsoft IIS FTP/S server and other FTP/S servers.

FTP support

Use FTP protocol to exchange files with large range of older computer systems.

Manage files within company network

Automate file transfers and backups between local and network share folders, portable drives, USB memory sticks, NAS storage, and SMB shares.

Mirror folders

Mirror folders to makes local and remote folders identical. New and changed files are transferred from source to target and any extra files that no longer exist on the source are also deleted on the target.

Archive files after transfer

Transfer files from source to target, and move transferred files to the archive folder after transfer. You can use date variables in archive folder name, like C:\Archive\%TODAY[yyyy-mm-dd] to create a separate folder for each day.

Two-way file synchronization (bi-directional)

Keep two folders in sync, while files can be modified on both sides. Batchsync tracks changes on both sides, and transfers new and changed files to the other side.

Propagated deletions

Create true bi-directional syncs, where also deletions are tracked on both sides. Batchsync repeats the deletion made on one side, to the other side, keeping both folders perfectly in sync.

Remote backups

Backup files over Internet using folder synchronization. One-way sync transfers only new and changed files, greatly reducing number of files to transfer.

Web server updates

Maintain web site content locally, and sync files to the remote web server to make changes visible to the public.

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Schedule, Audit trail, and Email notifications

Run file transfers on schedule and record full audit trail for all file transfers. Receive email notifications on task failure/success.

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Automate multi-step processes

Automate file transfer related multi-step processes with Batches. Batches allow you to group and run multiple file transfer tasks as a single unit, and pre/post-process files before/after transfer.

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What's new

  • Current version: Batchsync V12 version 12.5.5
  • Latest release: 10/5/2020

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We have chosen Batchsync as our global standard for all our mission critical file transfers. It is a rock-solid managed file transfer solution.

D. Lawrence, ICT Plan & Build
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