Managed file transfer (MFT) software is primarily used to automate and encrypt the data exchanged between an organization and its trading partners, users, and employees. A robust MFT solution can also solve problems that fall outside your basic file transfer needs. In this white paper, learn how your peers use managed file transfer.
This IBM white paper provides an introduction to the managed file transfer topic and IBM WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition. WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition is designed to address the needs of organizations that rely on the transfer of files as well as organizations that want more control, manageability and auditability.
Uncover the results of a recent survey about the threats and risks inherent to the inadequate safeguarding of corporate data and learn how a document-centric solution can help ensure the safety of your critical, confidential information.
In this case study you will learn how GlobalSCAPE's cloud-based manged file transfer solution was able to help one business tremendously. Not only will you get insight into the different benefits of the solution, but you will also find out why GlobalSCAPE comes highly recommended due to customer service as well.
In this expert E-Guide from searchEnterpriseWAN.com, IT expert Dan Sullivan shares the seven essential requirements for reliable file transfer and maintaining compliance with file transfer regulations. Access now and start managing your WAN more effectively.
File syncing is commonly used for both corporate-created data and employee-created corporate data. Finding one tool that could be used for both would be extremely helpful. In this expert E-Guide from SearchConsumerization.com, discover what you should look for in a file syncing tool.
Trends towards server consolidation and decentralized employees can seriously impact WAN bandwidth. A typical CIFS file often requires hundreds of round trips between the file server and the user to complete a simple file request.
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