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Jeff Whitney

Jeff Whitney
Jeff is responsible for all aspects of worldwide marketing at Ipswitch File Transfer– including product marketing, demand generation, online marketing, and PR/ Analyst relations. Before joining Ipswitch, Jeff served as Vice President of Worldwide Marketing for OutStart, a learning and knowledge company. At OutStart, Jeff helped to establish a dominant market position for their cornerstone learning content management solution, achieve five consecutive years of profitability. Jeff graduated from Westminster College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics.

What it Takes to be a “Champion” Managed File Transfer Vendor

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Info-Tech Research Group just released its Managed File Transfer Vendor Landscape report.  I’d like to call out two notable items: First, and at the risk of boasting for a minute – it names Ipswitch as a Champion – the highest ranking.  An honor we’ve received now for the second consecutive year. […]

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Welcome to All Things Managed File Transfer

Here at Ipswitch File Transfer, we eat, breathe, and dream Managed File Transfer.

Here at Ipswitch File Transfer, we eat, breathe, and dream Managed File Transfer (MFT). Each and every day businesses move files – through systems and by people – not for fun, but to get real work done. Understanding the issues and technologies associated with MFT, simply put, means getting work […]

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Five things every business manager should know about file sharing practices

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Businesses face a real threat – their employees. That’s right, increasingly tech-savvy employees have turned to a diverse range of file transfer tools that are beyond the sight of IT management. Employees see webmail, file sharing services, cloud storage, USB sticks and smart devices as easier to use than traditional […]

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