Using FTP with an iPad

By Christopher Breen, Macworld |  Consumerization of IT, App Store, FTP

Now, about that mostly. You can have the greatest FTP access in the world, but if your iPad isn't capable of opening the files you find on your company's server, that access does you very little good. For this reason, it's absolutely worth your while to download and attempt to open some of the kinds of files you might need on the road--before you get on the road. If you find a particular type of file that won't open and--after scouring the App Store and Internet--discover that it can't be opened by any existing app, you'll have to bring your laptop along for the ride.

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