If you have to transfer files over the Internet, there are more methods available, but one of the easy ones is to use a FTP
client software application. The main reason for me to say this is that a lot of features that can be found in such programs can't be seen in other applications, Web-based or not, and I am talking especially about the ability to resume broken transfers, send data packages to the server so you won't get disconnected after a while, and more.
The FTP client that I will tell you about today is called Interarchy and comes from a producer called Nolobe. Interarchy's latest version is labeled 8.5 and was released less than 3 days ago, bringing some new features with it, as well as numerous enhancements and fixes. As I was just saying, by using this program's comprehensive collection of tools you will be able to easily download, upload, edit, mirror and manage your files, no matter if it's about your company's website or simply data archives that you want to store on a secure server for backup purposes, with increased efficiency and effectiveness.
The new version ads support for six new protocols, so now Interarchy can work with FTP, FTP/SSH, FTP/SSL-TLS, HTTP, HTTPs, WebDAV, WebDAVs, iDisk and Amazon S3 servers. The features that just arrived in this version include the "Open in Terminal" command, compatible with both Terminal and iTerm, enhanced scripting support, Dock menu, improved "Get Info" window and the ability to calculate folder sizes.
Interarchy 8.5 requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later to run and is available as a Universal Binary application. A free upgrade for registered 8.x users, this last version can be bought for 59.95$, but a free 14 days trial is also available, and you can get it from our site here