JSCAPE improves data security and reliability for ad hoc file transfers with a suite of features and capabilities:
JSCAPE MFT Gateway enables you to easily add proxy servers in your DMZ, helping you meet HIPAA, PCI DSS and other regulatory requirements. Two-factor authentication, single sign-on and granular permissions protect your transfers, with visibility into all user and administrative activity, with full audit trails.
JSCAPE’s Triggers make it easy to automate enterprise file transfers without having to write custom scripts. JSCAPE’s low-code workflow automation engine can be used to trigger processes, collect and prepare data, rename files, alert trading partners and much more.
JSCAPE is platform independent and works with any operating system including Microsoft Windows and Linux. JSCAPE can also support any protocol and can handle multiple protocols within one server — AS2, FTP/S, SFTP, HTTP/S, WebDAV, Cloud and more. Connect to any platform using JSCAPE's REST API.
Ad hoc file transfers are commonly done through email clients or cloud-based services that impose file size limits and other restrictions, while leaving file attachments vulnerable to cyber attacks that put sensitive data at risk. That's why many organizations use managed file transfer software to conduct ad hoc transfers.
Ad hoc file transfers are useful when two users need to share non-confidential information or documents, or when you need to quickly deliver sensitive files to a partner. Ad hoc file transfers are typically unplanned and rely on email servers for security. But ad hoc file sharing can also be supported by MFT servers that provide a full suite of security features.
Yes. JSCAPE is a managed file transfer solution that supports all protocols and platforms, including direct integrations with Microsoft Outlook. Users can also run secure, ad hoc file transfers over any web browser or through JSCAPE's mobile application. Plus, end users can send and receive files of any size.