I'm looking for a decent ftp back up solution. My website has a lot of media files, so backups could get quite big. I'm sure that there's loads of solutions out there, but I have a specific need here. I need:
Secure transfer without having to implement ftps (getting certificates sorted is a bit of a pain)
Scheduled back up
I've seen loads of cheap looking solutions that I don't know whether to trust.
Does anyone have any suggestions? The lest performance impact the better. I don't mind paying a bit if i have to.
A good product - no. An acceptable one - a few.
SFTP (FTP over SSH) and FTPS (FTP over SSL) would be the two areas to look into. both technologies have plenty of solutios are acceptable from a technical
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