JSCAPE, the leader in platform independent managed file transfer solutions, is pleased to announce that we have entered into a Technology Alliance Partnership agreement with VMware. JSCAPE products have supported the VMware platform for several years but this new agreement will allow JSCAPE greater access to all VMware products as well as provide entry into the VMware solutions portal. "We have shared a strong relationship with VMware as they continue to deploy internal applications based on JSCAPE MFT Server, but we are now proud to call them a true partner as a result of this agreement." said Van Glass, JSCAPE CEO.
Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Gateway 2.0. This release replaces the previous Java WebStart based user interface with an easier to use completely web based user interface. This change in architecture ensures that users will be able to manage the server remotely without any client side VM requirements.
As companies enter the BYOD era, IT departments get flooded with a variety of administrative tasks that involve the most widely used mobile device platform, Android. One of these tasks is to enable Android mobile users with the ability to transfer files to and from a company server that's accessible through the Internet. This tutorial is crafted to help in that regard. It shows the configurations you'll need to set both on the server and on the client side.
Server to server file transfers are usually associated with enterprise business processes. Interestingly, some of these file transfers actually don't fit the bill. In this post, we'll share some tips on how you can enhance your server to suit the stringent requirements of the enterprise.
Many business processes involve file exchanges. Bid and proposal submissions, loan applications, legal filings, financial reporting, data backup and recovery, supply chain integration, B2B collaboration, and several business transactions all require the movement of files. Although ad hoc file transfers usually get the job done, there are really situations that require server to server file transfers. Those particular situations are the focus of our discussion today.
One of the main goals of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is to improve efficiency in the US health care industry. To achieve this, HIPAA mandates the use of electronic data interchange (EDI) in health care transactions and requires HIPAA covered entities to adopt national standards when implementing EDI.
AS2 (Applicability Statement 2) is a data/file transfer protocol that supports fully-automated, server-to-server file transfers. It's suitable for two or more parties who often transact with each other and require a fast, secure, reliable, and paper-free method of exchanging supporting documents.
JSCAPE, the leader in platform independent file transfer solutions, is pleased to announce the release of file transfer clients for iOS and Android users.
One thing we often discover when talking with clients is that many of their company's file sharing tasks are actually accomplished using a mishmash of solutions. Some employees send files through email. Others use FTP. Some subscribe to cloud-based file sharing services like DropBox and Google Drive. And still others rely on specialized methods like custom scripts or programs.
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Server (8.7). This release includes a number of improvements, highlights of which include added support for AS2 (Applicability Statement 2) and an iOS file transfer client for exchanging files via mobile devices.