Dropbox SFTP and FTP servers
Simply create an FTP or SFTP server powered by your own Dropbox account. We take care of the rest.
Powerful yet simple to manage
Our intuitive dashboard comes with powerful features that make the management of your FTP & SFTP servers powered by Dropbox a breeze.
Provisioning a new FTPS & SFTP server takes less than 1 minute: select the storage you want to use and we handle the rest.
You can easily enable or disable the allowed protocols of the SFTP & FTP server (SFTP, FTP and FTPS are supported).
Easily control who is allowed to connect to your server by defining lists with allowed or blocked IP addresses.
Secure & scalable
SFTPCloud has a strong focus on security & scalability. Worrying about storage space is a thing of the past.
Simple file management
Manage your files using your favorite FTP clients (WinSCP, FileZilla, command line, etc) with unlimited FTP connections.
Powered by Dropbox
Users upload files using any FTP client software which are then stored inside your Dropbox account.
Real-time active connections
View in real time which users are connected to your FTPS/SFTP server.
Configurable bandwidth & storage quotas
You can configure the bandwidth & storage each user is allowed to use.
You can get notified when different file events happen via webhooks and email.
Security is our top priority. We recognize the importance of protecting your data and take all necessary steps to ensure secure file transfers.
Granular user control
Strong authentication & encryption
Control the login methods, protocols, public keys & permissions of each user. Additionally, you can restrict access to a specific path (chroot).
The data stored on SFTPCloud is encrypted in transit and, when dealing with more sensitive data, encrypted at rest. The SFTP user can log in using auto-generated strong passwords or public key authentication.
High availability and simple setup
SFTPCloud is designed to be cloud native and offer high availability. This allows you to create FTP and SFTP servers that are directly powered by your Dropbox account. The setup is very simple, with a few clicks the Dropbox connection is established and then you will be able to transfer files via SFTP & FTP which are then stored inside your equivalent Dropbox folder.
Dropbox is not enough?
Besides Dropbox, SFTPCloud allows you to create multiple FTP and SFTP servers powered by a large variety of other storage providers, such as AWS S3, GCS, Azure Blob and more. No matter what provider you chose, SFTPCloud allows you to use the FTP & SFTP protocols to upload and download files, among other file transfer operations.