Bitzen – Upload and Share Large Files and Documents

Bitzen is a free file sharing service especially designed for companies to share and receive any files in any formats with collaborators or clients. It lets you share large files of up to 2GB size for free. You can also share your files in social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter via public links.

After receiving a file from your collaborators, you can share it with your clients by simply using Bitzen’s forwarding system. And you will get notification from Bitzen whenever you receive a file or when your file is downloaded by your contacts or when a file transferring process has finished.

In Bitzen there is a free sign up option available with 1GB storage space and monthly transfer limit of 2GB and max file size of 2GB. You don’t have to install any software to use this service and you will be able to use the free service almost instantly after registering for the free plan.


  • Files up to 2 GB: Send and receive large files of any type. You can also send several files at the same time.
  • Notifications: you will receive notification when you receive a file, when a file is downloaded or when the file transfer has finished.
  • Social networks: If you want you can share your files on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn or send them through Gmail via public links.
  • No installations: You only need a web browser and an Internet connection.
  • Corporate and secure: Use your own logo and avatar, add your contacts and create collaborators to share files in your private area
  • Forward files: When you receive private files from your collaborators you’ll be able to forward them to your clients with a single click.
  • High availability: With Amazon S3 and Amazon EC2 your data will be accessible 99.99% of the time
  • Fast: There is no limit on speed when uploading and downloading files. There is no waiting when downloading files.
  • Protected data:Your data is hosted in Amazon servers, which meet the requirements of certificate SAS70 Type II Audit

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