Monthly Archives: February 2011

In Short, the Case for a Consolidated Managed File Transfer Application

Why does your business (or organization) need a consolidated managed file transfer application?  When working within an organization and with its partners, organizations find that Paper-based processes are inadequate, they are labor-intensive and these paper-based processes slow down the ability to conduct business Doing away with shipping physical media lowers […]

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Three common types of SLAs for file transfer

I’ve been back on the road visiting file transfer customers and there’s growing concern out there about the ability to track and predict failure against defined service level agreements (SLAs).  In general, I’m seeing most SLAs in our industry cleave to one or more of the following requirements: 1) Application […]

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Ipswitch’s take on the NASDAQ breach

This week’s NASDAQ data breach has raised serious questions about the security of the US stock exchange and clearinghouses – not to mention further shaken an already fragile investor confidence. My head is spinning just contemplating the possible ramifications if this network breach had resulted in the theft of non-public […]

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File Transfer: Evolution from Tactical to Strategic

There are many reasons why organizations have shifted their approach to file transfer away from being a purely tactical point-solution (which was likely driven by a new/immediate need of a single business unit) to being viewed as a strategic project that’s now considered an important part of an organization’s overall […]

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