Sharing big files

Share large files with customers and colleagues professionally and safely.

Are you working with files that don’t fit in an email attachment? Do you need to share large folders with multiple groups or users and various read, write, update permissions?

Simple sharing

Share to customers, colleagues, friends just by knowing their e-mail address or share by hyperlink to an anonymous group.

Easy permissions management

Read-only, upload and update, upload only, hide the download option, set password, set expiration date.

Works both ways

Not only you can share files with others. Let your customers upload files and easily collaborate with them.

Safe environment

Always updated industry-leading cloud environment NextCloud with a secure HTTPS connection and SSL certificate.

Global and cross platform

Access your data from work or at home. There is a mobile app for iOS and Android or desktop client for Windows, macOS and Linux.

Branded on your own domain

Get a custom setup on custom domain name such as branded with your own logo.

How is this solution different from Google Drive in G Suite?

Google Drive is part of the paid G Suite or free Gmail. It allows you to share files across your organization or with your customers.

However, it doesn’t allow you to share entire directories with your customer;  if the customer doesn’t have a Google Account, you have no way to give them access to the entire folder. Google Drive does not allow creating a directory without a password.

Free Gmail offers only 15 GB of disk space and G Suite Basic edition 30 GB, so you would need to upgrade all your accounts to G Suite Business to get more cloud space or buy extra space for your Google Drive independently.