FileSender is a single-purpose web service used for quick and easy sending large files to hundreds of recipients. Guide for FileSender
This application is best suited for smaller amount of files that you want to access through web portal, to synchronize between a PC or mobile devices or to share them with your colleagues. You can also use it to share contacts and calendars. Guide for ownCloud
Globus is service for copying large amount of data over long distance using a web interface. Data is transferred between two endpoints 1). One endpoint can be your home directory created in the data storage CESNET and the other endpoint can be either another remote repository which support Globus or your workstation/laptop. Guide for Globus
NFSv4 protocol is available only for clients using Linux, for Windows users is available only commercial client NFS Maestro. To ensure strong user authentication we are using NFSv4 over Kerberos protocol. Without using other tools such as tar, you cannot use the protocol to preserve the original ownership of the file. Guide for NFS.
Samba protocol is available for Windows and Linux, but for Linux is better use NFS protocol. Guide for Samba.
During configuration it is necessary to chose the encryption as an explicit transfer FTP via TLS and transfer mode has to be set as „Passive“. The list of addresses for each protocol is listed below.
is an application, which can be possibly used for connection via FTP/FTPS/SCP/SFTP protocols in Windows. Guide for WinSCP.
is freeware for SFPT/SCP/FTPS protocols, which is suitable for both Windows and Linux. Guide for FileZilla.
is popular file manager for Windows and Android. Guide for TotalCommander.
Line client CurlFtpFS allows you to connect network drive into your system, then you can see the drive as a local drive in your PC, so you can apply standard Unix application (ls, rm, cp, or the like).
is the application, which can be used for connection via FTP/FTPS/SCP/SFTP protocols in Windows. Guide for WinSCP.
FileZilla is SFPT/SCP/FTPS tool available for free. It works in Linux and Windows. Guide for FileZilla.
In GNU/Linux you can use program scp and sftp (command line tools) for copying files between local station and server - they are very simple to use.
rsync is a simple tool suitable for situations where it is not required backup history, just a copy. It minimizes network data transfer by transferring only a differences between files on the local side and files on the remote side.