Tag Archives: SLA

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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The clairvoyance of Managed File Transfer

If your file transfer solution could look into the future and predict 3 things for you, what would they be? To kick this off, here’s a list of predictive needs I often hear from customers: 1) Am I about to miss my service levels, and which ones are about to […]

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