Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
AnyClient has a special feature that allows it to automatically decrypt OpenPGP encrypted files upon download. This can cut down the number of steps for decrypting files, which normally involves using a separate OpenPGP encryption/decryption tool like GPG.
September is fast approaching. And if you're classified as a HIPAA business associate, that could only mean one thing: it's crunch time. By September 23, you should have already complied with the requirements in HIPAA/HITECH's Final Rule. Some of those requirements affect file transfers involving protected health information.
A DMZ (demilitarized zone) is a section of the network that is exposed to an untrusted network, usually the Internet. The purpose of a DMZ is to act as an extra layer of security between external hosts and internal hosts. For security purposes, hosts located in the DMZ may have limited or no access to hosts and services located on the internal network. Examples of hosts that may reside in the DMZ include mail servers, web servers, FTP servers and SFTP/SSH servers.
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Server 8.6. This release includes a number of enhancements and bug fixes highlights of which include:
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Server Plugin for Outlook 2010, version 2.3. This release contains some minor bug fixes and is recommended for those users using the JSCAPE MFT Server ad-hoc file transfer capabilities in Microsoft Outlook 2010 or later.
Hollywood and big data
File transfers play a crucial role in filmmaking and video production. Raw footages and partially enhanced videos may have to cross vast distances to reach post-production teams or studio executives for further editing or review. Unfortunately, commonly used methods of sending these big files are either too slow, atrociously tedious, or ridiculously expensive. Let me share with you a better way.
There are times when you need to quickly share a file with someone. Email has long been the solution to this need. Nearly everyone uses email today and sending an email with a file attachment is so simple that it has become second nature. However, as file attachment sizes increase and reports of data leaks are on the rise, sending email attachments is facing a new set of problems.
You can do many things with your big data if you can bring it to the cloud. You can run business intelligence or data analytics with it and obtain valuable insights. You can make it available to consumers and customers anytime/anywhere and facilitate better collaboration and product distribution. Or you can simply store it for safekeeping.