Remote File Access and Remote File Sharing IconRemote File Access and Sharing with FileWay Drive

Make remote file access and sharing even easier with FileWay Drive, another unique feature of FileWay.

FileWay Drive allows users to access their files and folders using the WebDAV protocol. Allow access to all of the shared networks with a single FileWay installation. Think of FileWay Drive as a WebDAV gateway to as many network drives as an administrator wishes to grant access to.

Users can upload and download multiple files and folders, and edit files online without first having to download them.

No more duplication mistakes!

We’ve all made edits to a file, only to find out that our co-worker was simultaneously making changes, resulting in a conflicted copy.

FileWay Drive marks files in use as “locked”, preventing other users from simultaneously opening and changing them. Users can easily see who is working on a file by hovering their mouse over the locked file. In this way, users always have access to the most recent version of a file. FileWay Drive gives users the choice when it comes to remote file access.

Network administrators can offer access to FileWay through a web browser, through WebDAV, or both. They also have the option of restricting remote file sharing access to any server for any specific user or group.

Mobile users can continue to use the FileWay app, or they can access their files and folders directly from apps that support the protocol, including Apple’s Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, or another third-party WebDAV client.

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