File transfer is how you copy or move files from one computer network to another through the Internet or other types of connections. There are several protocols for transferring files over a network.
From pull-based transfers to push-based transfers, our file transfer dictionary offers a glossary of terms you should know.
- anonymous FTP
- Binary File Transfer (BFT)
- Content Vectoring Protocol
- Cuckoo Egg
- File eXchange Protocol
- FTP - file transfer protocol
- loopback plug
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