File Transfer

The Managed File Transfer Buyer’s Guide

Provided by Ipswitch

Category File Transfer

Type White Paper

Length 7

Publish Date February 06 2016

Date posted June 21 2016


In today’s global economy, massive volumes of information are being exchanged on a daily basis between users, locations, partners and customers. For many organizations, the ability to protect these business critical information and to control and document how files are sent, stored, and received is of utmost importance. One of Australia’s largest provider of integrated health insurance that rely on MOVEit to secure and automate their file transfer, explain the importance of this solution to their organization “As a health organization handling large volumes of sensitive data, security and compliance were probably the biggest drivers behind this project. It was important to us that any solution not only had good security controls in operation but also excellent auditing capabilities.”

Download this guide now to learn about:

  • The difference between FTP (File Transfer Protocol) and MFT (Managed File Transfer) solutions
  • The list of requirements to consider when selecting file transfer solution
  • The recommended file transfer solution mapped to your specific requirements

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