Archive for the ‘FTP’ Category

Making the transition easy

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014
When considering a replacement for your FTP Solution, there are a lot of questions you or your team may have. Some answers to those questions are easy, some may take some digging, and some you won't know the answer to until later on. Recently I came about a blog that encouraged people who are considering […]

What Not to Share.

Thursday, May 1st, 2014
As a software company in the file transfer space, our team often provides demos to potential clients. In order to do this, we use demo sites, including some private instances as well as files2u.com, a free service originally created to showcase our software. Despite not marketing the service, it seems as though people got to […]

Protecting Your Data in 2014: The Importance of Managed File Transfer (MFT) Solutions

Thursday, January 2nd, 2014
Having wrote about data breach prevention back in March 2009, (Top 10 Security Breaches Related to File Transfer in Recent Months) it has now been almost 5 years since I last looked into the connection between file transfers and data leaks. Despite the time lapse it is still a relevant topic for today‚Äôs enterprise in […]

Acceleration pt 4-Alternatives to FTP / TCP

Monday, May 4th, 2009
Accelerating File Transfer: Quicklinks Overview | Part 1: Compression | Part 2: Minimizing Data Sets | Part 3: Multiple Streams | Part 4: Alternatives (like FileCatalyst!) to FTP/TCP Introduction Beginning with the introductory article on Acceleration, and continuing with the articles shown in the list above, we have been discussing a few of the ways […]

Top 10 – security breaches related to file transfer in the recent months

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009
Two of the problems we address with our accelerated file transfer solutions are security (offering SSL and AES encryption, as well as safe authentication methods such as LDAPs) and of course speed. By addressing speed of delivery, we also allow companies that would formerly record data to media such as DVD to instead use digital […]