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What is the true cost of file transfer?

In the previous blog article “File transfer – a manual action or embedded process” I suggested that wherever possible file transfer should be an embedded or automated process rather than a manual action.  For those adopting the manual approach I suggested that companies were under-utilising their most valuable resource – their employees – and that it was a criminal waste of time and money.…

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When is FTP better than Managed File Transfer?

So why FTP File Transfer and what’s so great about it?  Well to be honest this isn’t necessarily a blog to evangelise FTP but more the way in which it works, lets call it ’sending files’.  With many businesses looking to adopt Managed File Transfer solutions, I thought it might be worth redressing the balance and putting things into perspective.…

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File transfer – a manual action or embedded process

Lets face it file transfer isn’t the most interesting subject in the world, but its a necessity for many businesses to move data from one location to another in order for individuals or teams to carry out certain tasks.

For many businesses however, file transfer is a tedious process requiring manual intervention.…

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The dangers of Cloud computing and online business applications

Right now there is a very clear shift towards Cloud Computing but are we all buying into the concept without considering the implications for our businesses?  Wikipedia describes Cloud Computing very simply as, “a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a service over the Internet.…

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Pro2col’s on Twitter

Pro2col has been on Twitter now for a while and we’re starting to get the hang of it with over a 1,000 followers now.  We hope to be able to be all things file transfer to the marketplace at some point, we’ve got a little way to go with our portfolio at the moment but we’re talking to a number of vendors about adding some additional solutions.…

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