Cloudsfer.com Expands Support Base To Include WebDav - Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning
02/11/2015

WebDav is one of the most used protocols for managing files between various users.

Online PR News – 11-February-2015 – Bellevue, WA – As Cloudsfer continues to grow its business, it is expanding the amount of file protocols that it supports. The latest addition is WebDav, which provides a framework to create, change and move documents on a server. Clients will now be able to able to connect to a lot more new sources, and target cloud systems such as: OwnCloud based systems, HiDrive, Storage Made Easy, DriveHQ and more. What this also means is that now users can Migrate their WebDAV file to any to cloud service, like Google Drive, OneDrive , DropBox and others. Backup and distribute content on different services. Share content with friends on any service, or schedule a backup or migration plan at ease.

Classified as an Admin-level user Migration, Cloudsfer has an automated system that handles each batch meticulously, from every individual file to every packet. This is a surefire methodology to ensure that none of the data will be lost or damaged and guarantees a transfer that is risk and error free. What the Cloudsfer team has done is rewrite the protocols for safety when conducting a highly-secured migration between different platforms.

Whether space is running low, or there are hundreds, or even thousands of files to move, just spread the files across a range of cloud service providers: Facebook, Instagram, Box, DropBox, GDrive, OneDrive, 500PX, Office 365 and so on – using Cloudsfer to retain full and complete control of the data. Cloudsfer was developed by Tzunami Inc., a leading provider of SharePoint Migration solutions, and leaders of the content migration initiative in the enterprise market for more than a decade. The Cloudsfer.com system was designed to be easy to use. No user data is stored on their servers, nor are credentials stored. Access can be revoked at any time, and the entire system is reliant on SSL Protocols.

For complete information, please visit: http://www.Cloudsfer.com