Are you looking for a better solution than cloud-based file sharing services like Dropbox to transmit sensitive company data? On-premise Enterprise File Sync and Sharing (EFSS) is a secure document storage solution that puts IT administrators back in control. We’ll show you how easy it can be to utilize an on-premise EFSS solution in your organization.
Learn more about the benefits of EFSS and enjoy a brief tour of GoDrive™ by GoAnywhere.
10.23.14 - 10 Ways to Make IBM i File Transfers Easier
We know that file transfers on IBM i can be challenging. Many organizations are still transferring files using legacy programs or cumbersome tools. Are you looking to change all that while adding automation, security and audit trails? This webinar shows you ten ways it becomes easier with the Managed File Transfer (MFT) solution, GoAnywhere.
From there, we'll show you MFT in action with a brief tour of GoAnywhere Director.
Managed File Transfer has seen rapid growth in recent years as a response to the demand for improved secure file transfers. You may have heard of MFT but want to learn more about why it's significant, what functionality it delivers and how it can improve business processes.
In this webinar we walk you through the evolution of data transfer, showing you the risk and inefficiency of using outdated technology. We'll then share the advantages of MFT and what to look in a solution for your organization. Finally, you'll see MFT in action with a brief tour of GoAnywhere Director and Services.
Your organization's employees need an easy way to share files, and often they're resorting to free tools like Dropbox or sending them as email attachments. The problem for IT is that for sensitive data, those options may not be secure enough. They also make ensuring compliance with data security regulations challenging since those transfers are hard to audit.
The good news is that GoAnywhere Services' latest release provides a great file sharing alternative that is convenient for users and secure and audited for IT administrators. During this webinar,,Chief Architect Bob Luebbe and his development team discuss the challenges of ad hoc file transfers in today's business environment, and then demonstrate how GoAnywhere Services delivers a reliable and secure solution.
No matter what your industry, your organization depends on its ability to exchange files with trading partners, customers and vendors. Chances are, though, that your current method for handling file transfers is time-consuming, tedious, and challenging to monitor. After all, writing all of those scripts and programs is a hassle, and is prone to errors.
In this webinar on demand, Chief Architect Bob Luebbe and his development team explain how a managed file transfer approach can save time, improve processes, and help meet compliance requirements.
Your mission-critical file transfers need to run on-time every time as your organization becomes more integrated with your customers, vendors and other trading partners. Join us to discover how clustering and load balancing can provide a true active-active environment that can keep file transfers running smoothly even if a system fails.
Watch this recorded webinar to learn more about how how GoAnywhere Director and GoAnywhere Services both provide a secure FTP server and file sharing solution with clustering and load balancing. Click here to register.
07.18.13 - Get your FTP Server in Compliance
In the era of ever-tightening compliance requirements and increasing fears of data breach, it may be time to review the FTP or SFTP servers you're running, especially if they're located in the DMZ, to see if they meet the newest HIPAA and PCI regulations.
This webinar will focus on how to securely exchange files with trading partners without opening your inbound ports, keeping confidential data safely protected within your private network.
Chief Architect Bob Luebbe, shows you how the GoAnywhere Services secure FTP server can work with GoAnywhere Gateway to keep sensitive files out of the DMZ. He also demonstrates how easily processes can be automated and secured, and describes the newest clustering and load balancing features for high availability.