Mobile FTP lets you use your BlackBerry device to securely access and manage files and folders on your remote file servers. Mobile File Manager supports WebDAV, FTP and SFTP connections from your BlackBerry.
Version: 2.0Mobile FTP lets you use your BlackBerry device to securely access and manage files and folders on your remote file servers. Mobile File Manager supports WebDAV, FTP and SFTP connections from your BlackBerry so that you can manage files and folders on your remote computers and network shares.
License: Free To Try $35.00
Operating System: Windows
Mobile FTP allows you to perform common remote file and folder tasks, including: Browse, move, copy, rename or delete files and folders Create and edit text files, such as web pages View graphics filesEdit file or folder permissionsEmail files as attachments View information about files, such as file size and date created A common use for Mobile File Manager is to securely connect to remote computers and network shares (such as those at the office) from almost anywhere, and then email files that are stored on those remote computers.
Mobile File Manager can also be used to edit web pages and deploy sites, upload photos to websites, transfer files, view graphics on remote computers, edit configuration files, monitor log files, and much more. If your BlackBerry device has a local file system (such as the BlackBerry Pearl 8100), you can also use Mobile File Manager to seamlessly manage the files and folders on the device.Benefits and ROIThe ability to manage files quickly and easily from a BlackBerry device extends the value of your technical resources and increases service responsiveness while reducing costs. Using Mobile File Manager, you can manage files securely, quickly and easily from a BlackBerry device.
Mobile File Manager extends the usefulness of your mobile device, increasing your flexibility and productivity. Supported Devices BlackBerry devicesMobile FTP is priced and licensed per BlackBerry device. You must purchase a license for each BlackBerry.
Version 2.0: adding WebDAV and local file system support