Moving Away from the Tangled, Digital “Do-It-Yourself” Approach to File Transfer

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file transfer options‘Tis the season for Holiday decorating—from wreaths to reindeers to those pesky strings of Christmas lights. You know the ones I’m talking about—multiple strings connected to each other and wrapped across each other in a hodge-podge way. Difficult to untangle, to say the least. Imagine being asked to troubleshoot that tangled mess, if a single light goes out amongst the hundreds of lights.

Now picture the ways files transfer in, out and within your organization. What would it take to pinpoint why a single critical file didn’t arrive at its intended destination, when it was supposed to, amongst the tens or hundreds of thousands of transfers?

We can’t help bring order to your holiday decorations, but in the file transfer world we can offer this timely webinar: “Move Away from the Tangled, Digital “Do-It-Yourself” Approach to File Transfer.”

Tune in to hear three IT professionals from the Florida Department of Health and NHS Wales, along with Derek Brink – Vice President, Research Fellow, IT Security at Aberdeen Group – discuss the steps IT departments are taking to prevent their file transfer processes from turning into unmanageable messes. Our panel will also discuss how the world of file transfer is changing based on heightened audit, compliance and business process requirements across industries.

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