Thousands of businesses of all sizes, from startups to large companies, use TransferNow software and APIs to securely send and receive every day.
TransferNow helps you send or host large files of all kinds and sizes with only a few clicks, or by a simple drag-and-drop onto our interface. Neither you nor your recipients are required to have a user account in order to transfer or download files with TransferNow.How to send files with TransferNow?
Not only is TransferNow a solution for sending large files, but it also works the other way around! Receive files from your customers, suppliers or other contacts thanks to a simple reception link or integrate our widget directly into your website, software or other solution.How to receive files with TransferNow
Thanks to our amazing dashboard, you can enjoy a full-featured transfer manager on which you can, for instance, track all the files you sent and identify and localize completed transfers. You also have control over the entire life cycle of your file transfers and related information.
With our centralized transfer manager, you can use a tool box for all kinds of actions on the transfers you send or receive, while keeping full control over your information and files.
Right now you’re just getting to know TransferNow, but try to imagine a TransferNow that represents you! Insert your logo, your wallpaper, modify the colors of our user interface and benefit from its white label solution to show off your graphic universe or brand.
Not only can you customize your file reception page, your download page, your widget for receiving files and your email notifications. In addition, each time you send a file, you can share content that is customized and all the more relevant to your recipients during download.
With TransferNow Team or Enterprise, you get a TransferNow administrator account and you can easily invite or import your collaborators to have a TransferNow account too. With TransferNow Enterprise, get the ability to create user groups and use SSO (Single Sign-On) to efficiently synchronize your users.
At TransferNow, there is no compromise when it comes to your data.
By using our service to upload and transfer files, you have a dedicated and secure global cloud infrastructure where files are stored and encrypted on disk (AES-XTS 256 bits) in datacenters (AICPA SOC 2 Type II) on the European, American and Asian continents (whichever is closest to you).
Use the SSE-C (Server-Side Encryption with Customer-Provided keys) feature to protect access to your file downloads and encrypt them on disk with your own password.
With just a few lines of code, TransferNow allows developers around the world to implement our secure file transfer solution on websites, mobile applications, SaaS solutions or any other custom workflow. Our exceptional API addresses any use case.Discover the TransferNow API
By using our service to send or receive your files you have a dedicated and secure global cloud infrastructure where files are stored and encrypted on disk (AES-XTS 256 bits) in datacenters (AICPA SOC 2 Type II) on the European, American and Asian continents.
Your personal data is encrypted in transit using SSL/TLS (https) protocol, as well when at rest, according to the 256 bits advanced encryption norm, and each encryption key is itself encrypted through a set of main keys in regular turnover.
Safety, confidentiality as well as integrity of the files you upload is our absolute priority. Thus, we are doing everything we can to guarantee their safety. In order to guarantee the integrity and confidentiality of data in transfer between TransferNow's website and the servers, all of the communications use the SSL/TLS protocol (Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security).
In addition to end-to-end encryption, files stored in our cloud are encrypted on disk (AES-XTS 256 bits).
If you choose to add a password to lock access to your transfer download, the password will encrypt the file(s) in your transfer and only it can decrypt the stored data.
If you lose the password associated with a transfer, it will be technically impossible to recover the stored file(s).