JSCAPE's Accelerated File Transfer Protocol or AFTP service is the perfect solution for organizations looking to achieve high speeds in file transfers suffering from poor network conditions like high latency and packet loss. In this post, we're going to show you how easy it is to enable the AFTP service in your JSCAPE MFT Server instance.Read More
Sending someone multi-megabyte or even gigabyte-sized files is getting more common these days. For example, in our Help Desk, it's normal to receive a zip file of log data of over 100MB. While it might seem this is just a highly specialized case that's only common in the tech business, it's not.
A single high resolution image can already run up to a few megabytes, while a regular video can easily exceed 50MB. We often use videos and images in our Power Point presentations and other files, so media file attachments of these types can be pretty common.
The problem is, people often resort to solutions that aren't suitable for sending large files, especially in an enterprise environment. Email, which is the most common way of sending files, is not a suitable big file transfer method for this. So are other methods many people unwisely use at work for sharing really big files; files that are even much larger than a gigabyte.Read More
Overview: File Transfer Protocols for Businesses
Still wondering which file transfer protocol is right for your business? Here's a dozen you can choose from. We've also added some brief descriptions on these data transfer types to make your choice easier.Read More
In this post, we'll talk about the best options for sending large files over the Internet. We'll discuss which scenarios each of these options are most suited for. We'll also tackle the major considerations when sending out certain files. Who knows? You just might be using the wrong tool for the job.
With time-to-market gradually becoming a crucial competitive advantage, many manufacturers whose trading partners are located across the globe have started looking for faster ways of exchanging mission-critical files. Common file transfer methods such as email, cloud-based file sharing and FTP are turning out to be too slow for sending detailed CAD models and other massive files integral to manufacturing processes.
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.
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.
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of AnyClient 4.3. This release includes several GUI and performance enhancements, the biggest of which is the addition of streaming compression support for AFTP (Accelerated File Transfer Protocol) connections. Utilizing streaming compression users can achieve an increase in throughput of up to 800%. Other notable changes in the 4.3 release include much improved memory management and file transfer progress notifications.
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Server 8.3. This release contains several improvements, the most notable being the addition of streaming compression support in it's AFTP (Accelerated File Transfer Protocol) service. Utilizing streaming compression users can achieve file transfers up to 800% faster than before.
Several security enhancements were also added to the latest release to help protect against common attack vectors and pass security compliance requirements. All users are encouraged to upgrade to the latest version of JSCAPE MFT Server.