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ALSO CALLED: Transport Protocols, Fetch
DEFINITION: File transfer is the movement of one or more files from one location to another. A collection of electronically-stored files can be moved by physically moving the electronic storage medium, such as a computer diskette, hard disk, or compact disk from one place to another or by sending the files over a telecommunications medium. On the Internet, the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a common way to  … 
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File Shares to SharePoint: 8 Keys to a Succesful Migration
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WS_FTP Professional and WS_FTP Server with SSH
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DATA SHEET: Secure file transfer products enable businesses to manage data, control access, and securely move files between locations. This white paper highlights how going beyond the basic FTP solutions is necessary for secure and reliable file transfer.
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Secure File Transfer in the Era of Compliance
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WHITE PAPER: Regulatory compliance mandates are forcing organizations to document all their business processes. This white paper outlines a new class of file transfer solutions, which provide secure and reliable exchange of business information.
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FILE TRANSFER PROTOCOLS DEFINITION (continued): … File transfer is the movement of one or more files from one location to another. A collection of electronically-stored files can be moved by physically moving the electronic storage medium, such as a computer diskette, hard disk, or compact disk from one place to another or by sending the files over a telecommunications medium. On the Internet, the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a common way to transfer a single file or a relatively small number of files from one computer to another. For larger file transfers (a single large file or a large collection of files), file compression and aggregation into a single archive is commonly used. (A zip file is a popular implemention.)Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is a popular protocol for transferring files in a routine manner between businesses.
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