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Defeat Hackers: 8 Simple Tips

With the threat of cyberattacks on the rise, keeping corporate servers safe is a constant concern for IT professionals. Typically, the first step in Managed File Transfer Server security is choosing a secure protocol to protect your data. But what other security measures can you take? Anti-hacking (password guessing) features on your server should be […]

Server Downtime: Are YOU Doing Enough to Prevent it?

Did you know that many of the websites you visit regularly, such as Amazon.com, are clustered & scalable websites? As customers access these websites, the network load balancers monitor the incoming traffic, distributing traffic across multiple servers. Clustering keeps day-to-day operations running smoothly, so you don’t have to worry about any server downtime. Is your business […]

What is PCI Compliant File Transfer and Storage?

Accepting credit card payments is standard practice in most businesses. In order to protect cardholder data, any business that accepts, processes, transfers or stores credit card data must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Often referred to simply as “PCI,” this standard was developed by a consortium of credit card issuers […]

Do you need Managed File Transfer, or Just an FTP Server?

There are a remarkable number of file server products on the market, offering a wide range of configuration options. FTP Servers have earned a reputation for being outdated and unsecure.  This isn’t entirely undeserved. But it’s still a highly used technology, as is the more modern and secure SFTP protocol So what do you really […]

What is Managed File Transfer?

Managed File Transfer (MFT) is server software that performs secure data transfers, with added features that provide automation, validation, and reporting. MFT servers ensure that file exchanges with other systems and servers, as well as with end users, are accomplished with minimum manual effort and maximum accountability. MFT servers include advanced visibility to monitor data […]

PGP Encryption – Why should I use it?

What is PGP? PGP stands for Pretty Good Privacy, which is easy to remember, but also not terribly descriptive. PGP is a way of encrypting data that’s stored on workstations or servers. Its most popular use is to secure email attachments, since email is not sent over a secure protocol. PGP is a free tool […]

UNC Paths for Data Storage and Networking

Scalability is a hot topic in server technology today. Large companies want to use their hardware to maximum efficiency. They want servers that handle both everyday file exchange and spikes of high traffic. At the most basic level, order a server must have access to the data a user needs and the capacity to deliver […]

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