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CUCM Backup: SFTP Server Configuration for CUCM Using Titan FTP Server

Cisco Unified Communications Manager is a software-based call-processing system developed by Cisco Systems. The software tracks all active VoIP network components including phones, check gateways, conference bridges, voicemail boxes and more. Due to the business-critical nature of the system, automated, secure backup is a requirement. Cisco Systems, Inc. has recommended Titan FTP Server Enterprise Edition as an approved backup server … Read More

What’s the Difference? FTP, SFTP, and FTP/S

FTP, FTP/S, and SFTP are fairly common acronyms in the world of technology, but did you know that there are some major differences among them? Generally speaking, FTP in its basic form is not secure, FTP/S takes the security up a step in that it allows you to secure all or part of a session … Read More

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 … Read More

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 FTP Servers have earned a reputation for being outdated and unsecure.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 … Read More

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 … Read More

WebDAV vs. FTP

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between WebDAV and FTP?  If so, you are not alone. There seems to be some confusion about the differences between the two protocols. Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV),  by definition, is a set of extensions to the HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol), medical which allows users to … Read More

5 Ways to Thwart Hackers

Cyber attackers are sophisticated, and the highest levels of protection require an investment of resources. But the first line of defense requires only the simplest of measures and diligence by users. Once inside your server, a hacker can sniff packets sent and received, unhealthy issue cross-site scripting, or perform SQL injections, among other malicious actions. … Read More