Monthly Archives: June 2010

Ipswitch MOVEit and WS_FTP Safe From Latest SQL/IIS Attack

IIS administrators, you may have already seen this attack listed on your favorite security sites. Mass SQL Injection Attack Hits Sites Running IIS However, I have good news if you’re an Ipswitch customer running MOVEit DMZ or WS_FTP Server under IIS: the filtering mechanisms in both products designed to […]

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Going Global: Ipswitch File Transfer Expands Partner Program

Ipswitch File Transfer is going (more) global. We’re thrilled to announce the expansion of our already successful Ipswitch FT Partner Program.  It now boasts a number of new benefits for our global partners, including a new Elite Partner Level and a deal registration program. The Elite Level expansion was created for […]

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iPad vs. File Transfer

It’s been a while since I’ve seen “file transfer” as a headlining productivity problem for end users, but here it is making an appearance in an article about how hard it is to use the iPad in the context of an average end user’s collection of gear. Prisoner of iTunes […]

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Do you transform your files today? You might be surprised!

One of the interesting debates in the Managed File Transfer industry right now is how much file transformation really takes place between users and systems. At one end of the spectrum, you have pure ad-hoc solutions (such as the modules for MOVEit DMZ and WS_FTP Server) that people often use […]

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No Place Is Safe, Only Safer

Here’s an interesting perspective on The Myth of Computer Security. The myth:  “With proper protection, your computer is immune to cyber attacks, viruses and other malware”. The reality:  “(We live in a world of) unprepared software.  Microsoft and various security companies are doing their best against the bad guys, who […]

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