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Fast and Flexible SharePoint Workflows with MOVEit 2020.1

Thanks to input from MOVEit users the latest release includes also: Expanded Single Sign-On (SSO), MS SQL 2019 Support, Gateway Multi-Org Support & more! … [Read more...]

What is Electronic File Transfer (EFT)?

Electronic file transfer, abbreviated EFT is a procedure that follows an electronic format and protocol to exchange different types of data files. … [Read more...]

Mobile File Transfers On The Go

Transferring files quickly and securely in a modern business environment is a challenge with various devices, methods, and environments an individual may find themselves in. … [Read more...]

What Is Non-Repudiation and How Can Managed File Transfer Help?

Talk about an awkward situation—you and a customer collaborate online, sharing a view of a contract and trying to agree on the payment schedule. … [Read more...]

Data Security In The Cloud: Part 2

Vulnerabilities in cloud-sharing services stem from the usage of multiple cloud services because of which users need to keep adapting and adjusting their exceptions. … [Read more...]

Managed File Transfer As SaaS Vs. On-Prem?

Keeping files and data secure when more users are working remotely is, of course, a concern. That's why a SaaS managed file transfer solution is critical. … [Read more...]

Ensuring Secure File Transfers from Mobile Devices

Like it or not, today’s world is a connected one, and data is shared at an alarming rate between mobile device users, company networks, and cloud services (including social networks). … [Read more...]

How to Use SCP to Transfer Files

Secure Shell (SSH) has been used for many years to remotely access systems, and a common need has been to transfer files to those systems, along with a standard terminal connection. … [Read more...]

Are SFTP And FTP The Same?

Nope, I haven’t lost my mind. “One is secure, the other isn’t,” you claim. But there’s more to it than that. … [Read more...]

7 Alternatives to Email for Sending Large Files

Sending large files by email was never a practical solution as there are too many variables involved between the sender and recipient. … [Read more...]