One of the most common ways of transferring data between Windows servers is through the Server Message Block (SMB) network file sharing protocol. A lot of organizations, for instance, use it for exchanging data between branch offices across a wide area network (WAN). If you want to know how to schedule an automated file transfer via Windows SMB share (or maybe a Samba share on Linux), read this post.Read More
Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
The ability to perform automated file transfers to a cloud-based storage solution like Dropbox can be a valuable asset to businesses who want to benefit from the scalability and cost-efficiency of the cloud or who simply need to transfer data to a trading partner's online storage. If that's something you can use, you can learn how to configure JSCAPE MFT Server to carry out scheduled automated Dropbox file transfers in this post.Read More
Last time, we taught you how to configure JSCAPE MFT Server so that files uploaded via FTPS, SFTP, HTTPS, and other file transfer services can be stored in the Box cloud storage solution. This would allow you to take advantage of the scalability, high availability and cost efficiency of the cloud infrastructure. But if you're more familiar with DropBox and want to use it for this purpose, you can do that as well.Read More
A file transfer server that stores user files in cloud storage solutions has many advantages. This would mean, your storage would be more scalable, highly available, cost-efficient, and secure. JSCAPE MFT Server easily integrates with several cloud storage solutions like AWS S3, Azure Files, Google Storage, Box, DropBox, and IBM Cloud, so that when users transfer files to it via FTPS, SFTP, AS2, HTTPS, and so on, those files will be stored directly into one of these cloud storage solutions.Read More
The ability to transfer files automatically to a cloud-based storage solution like Box.com can be a valuable asset to businesses who want to benefit from the scalability and cost-efficiency of the cloud or who simply need to transfer data to a trading partner's online storage. In this post, we'll teach you how to configure JSCAPE MFT Server to carry out scheduled automated file uploads to Box.Read More
In this tutorial, we're going to show you how to install JSCAPE MFT Synchronizer Agent on a Windows host. Agents are used in cases wherein the remote host that you would like to synchronize with your host via JSCAPE MFT Synchronizer doesn’t have any running file transfer service whatsoever. So, there’s no FTPS, no SFTP, not even, plain FTP, or any other file transfer protocol for that matter.Read More
[Last updated October 10, 2019] Whenever we download files from an external server on a regular basis, we often like to rename each file so that they follow a certain format. This would make it easier for us to group, sort or manage them whenever the need arises. One common practice is to append a timestamp at the end of the filename. This article will teach you how to automate the entire process using JSCAPE MFT Server Triggers.
[Last updated October 3, 2019] In this tutorial, I'll show you how to carry out file transfers between an iPhone or iPad and JSCAPE MFT Server. This capability is ideal for organizations who have adopted some form of BYOD policy and want to establish secure backups and file transfers between iOS mobile devices and a company-owned server.
[Last updated September 26, 2019] One of the reasons why our clients love Triggers is because this feature makes it so easy to set up unmanned, automated file transfers that run overnight or over the weekend. But sometimes, you'll want to specify more than just a schedule. One particular client, for example, wanted to restrict a scheduled download to a certain set of files, which he wanted to specify using a regular expression or regex. This post details the steps we recommended for him to achieve that.
[Last updated September 25, 2019] To prevent confidential data from leaking out of your organization or getting stolen, your cyber security efforts have to be aimed at two areas: securing data-at-rest and securing data-in-motion. In this post, we’ll talk about the former.