When a hand-me-down or legacy system of file transfer makes its way into your life, many things can go wrong.
When you become the new owner of an organization's file transfer processes, it can quickly complicate your responsibilities in a number of ways. Here's a look at some things to watch.
If your existing file transfer system is making your job harder, taking up more time to manage, and costing more money to maintain, then it is probably time for a new system. Here's what to look for.
Maybe your existing file transfer system is homegrown, outdated, or high-maintenance. Maybe you have various cloud applications, databases, and systems. In between all of these “maybes,” one thing is certain: where you are now is not where you want to be. Download this guide to learn how you can best identify the right tools and strategy works best for your business.
Legacy systems come at a high cost for organizations, leading to some of the most challenging problems facing IT professionals today. Learn more about the business risks and security challenges of a legacy system, and what you can do to overcome them.
Companies that face challenges with operational efficiency often have legacy or outdated IT infrastructures, where they lack a centralized management platform or their workflows are disparate and unreliable. What can you do about it?
FTP is a common way to transmit information, but there’s a hitch: It lacks visibility, control, and important data protections when files are being transferred. Discover the drawbacks of using FTP and how you can better reduce business risks while enhancing the security and efficiency of your data in our latest guide, "Is FTP Really Enough? The Business Risks of Using FTP."
Knowing when to choose a MFT technology can be key to increasing the value your IT team brings to your organization. If you’re not using a MFT technology at all, there are some things you should consider.
Regional Bank Chooses Enhanced File Transfer Platform Renasant Bank, a popular regional banking institution, was transferring hundreds of thousands of check images per week on disk by way of armored guard. This method was insecure, highly inefficient as well...