Getting and sending important files to and from remote computers

The most important element of any networking system is the ability to transfer files. This task can be accomplished via the File Transfer Protocol (FTP). FTP is based on client/server software meaning that you need to have an FTP client program on your computer that will let you use the software located on a different remote computer. With the help of FTP you can view and transfer files, including graphic files, fr om your computer to a remote one and vice versa. Whether you deal with files that are too large to transfer by email, need secure file transfer, or just need a collaboration space wh ere project-related files can be posted, ImageConverter Plus can provide a solution. You can use FTP to exchange your graphic files between computer accounts, transfer files between an account and a desktop computer, or access online software archives. The newest version of ImageConverter Plus provides a direct access to FTP. If your graphic files need to be uploaded to a remote FTP server what you need to do when choosing the destination path for your converted files is to specify the FTP folder located on a server, and your converted images will go there automatically. ImageConverter Plus will help you deal with both types of FTP – the ones with an open access and the ones that are password protected.