File Transfer Resources

Evaluating Managed File Transfer Solutions

Info-Tech Research Group Managed File Transfer Vendor Landscape

Many organizations are looking at managed file transfer (MFT) vendors to meet regulatory compliance, increase security & automate file transfers. This Vendor Landscape isolates key differentiators amongst vendors and provides resources to help accelerate your selection process.

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  • The Definitive Guide to Managed File Transfer

    Managed File Transfer (MFT) lets organizations easily, securely, and confidently take care of their file transfer needs. In this eBook, we’ll introduce you to MFT, laying out its importance in today’s data-driven, security-conscious, and compliance-intensive environment; compare MFT to other methods you may be using; and describe how implementing a comprehensive MFT solution can benefit your organization.

  • Evaluating and Selecting a Secure, Managed File Transfer Solution: Vol 4

    A requirements checklist will only take you so far in your quest to select a Managed File Transfer (MFT) solution that fits your organization’s technical, security and business needs. This excerpt from Don Jones' guide, “The Shortcut Guide to Managed File Transfer” describes how to uncover fine details and subtle differences between solutions. Each requirement includes a detailed examination covering: security, workflow, programmability, protocols, and operational considerations.

  • Evaluating Managed Cloud File Transfer

    A managed file transfer (MFT) solution is essential for any organization to transfer content between individuals and systems. Cloud-based file transfer solutions can reduce the total cost of ownership for MFT while maintaining highly secure transfer capabilities. But what are the potential “gotchas”?

Understand Managed File Transfer Solutions

Can You Afford Another Day Without Managed File Transfer (MFT)?

Download this whitepaper to discover a number of common misconceptions organizations have about the security, efficiency, and cost of their file transfers. Learn how the investment into Managed File Transfer pays off through improvements to IT, productivity, increased operational efficiency and reduction of operational costs.

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Managed File Transfer 101

Stagnate or Automate: How to Make the Right File Transfer Choices

We hear it all the time: File transfer is becoming increasingly difficult. This new e-Guide offers a concise assessment of the challenges posed by legacy file transfer systems—and looks at innovative solutions and best practices to solve these problems. Will your organization continue to rely on outdated “business as usual” solutions such as FTP and e-mail? Or should you implement automated solutions that enable you to meet the demands of the business.

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  • Managed File Transfer 101: The "What", "Why" and "How"

    This guide covers all the critical questions your organisation must answer when evaluating ways to achieve control over the current file transfer chaos: What is Managed File Transfer? Why are IT departments investing in Managed File Transfer? How can file transfers be truly "managed"?

  • The WTF (Where's the File!?) E-Guide

    This new e-Guide provides "in-the-trenches" insight and solutions for the daily hassles that IT departments face with file transfer. Number one issue? No visibility (“Where’s the File!?”)—the inability to track files because of missing audit trails can lead to hours of painful search and recovery. Combined with other hassels such as a lack of automation, these issues can be a substantial drain on department resources and budget. 

  • File Transfers in Financial Services: A Compliance Guide

    Simplify! Complying with governmental regulations doesn't have to be as complicated as your current file transfer is making it.  Automate and integrate across your organization and with partners, and move beyond the confusion of patchwork, home-grown systems — even move file transfer to the cloud.