Managed File Transfer
Managed File Transfer (MFT) is an enterprise-grade software specifically designed to provide highly secure file transfer services. It plays a vital role in ensuring fast, seamless, and reliable business processes as well as in preserving the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of critical data, especially during file exchanges.
JSCAPE MFT Server supports various file transfer protocols, including FTP, FTPS, SFTP, SCP, HTTP, HTTPS, WebDAV, AS2, and AFTP. It can readily accept different kinds of ad-hoc file transfers and automated server-to-server file transfers.
Because JSCAPE’s managed file transfer server already comes with an expansive selection of security features, it can help you easily meet regulatory compliance requirements and security goals. Learn more about JSCAPE MFT solutions and services below.
JSCAPE Managed File Transfer Features and Benefits
Supports widely used file transfer protocols - This means it can readily exchange data with virtually any file transfer client or server
Automated File Transfer - Triggers are used to automate various business processes without the need to write custom scripts
Platform independence - This means JSCAPE Managed File Transfer Server can run on practically any operating system, including Windows, OS/X, Linux, Unix, AIX, and Solaris
Mobile File Transfer - JSCAPE Managed File Transfer Server can be used to exchange files with JSCAPE’s free Android and iOS file transfer clients
High Availability and Load Balancing - It can be configured to work with or serve as a failover server. Multiple instances of the server can also be grouped into a cluster. These capabilities will allow you to provide highly available and load balanced file transfer services.
Data Loss Prevention - The DLP module automatically detects sensitive data such as credit card numbers, SSNs, and ICD-10 codes, which require protection under regulations like HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and SOX
UDP File Transfer - JSCAPE MFT Server supports AFTP (Accelerated File Transfer Protocol), a unique file transfer protocol that keeps file transfer speeds high even in poor network conditions