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Planning Considerations for Managed File Transfer in 2011

If you’re considering implementing a managed file transfer solution during 2011 then you’re in luck.  Pro2col has been lobbying Ipswitch’s marketing team to provide a web cast specifically for the UK marketplace to address the considerations that should be taken into account when planning the implementation of a managed file transfer solution.

We’re very pleased to announce that Jonathan Lampe, Vice President of Product Management at Ipswitch File Transfer will be hosting a webinar titled, “Learn how and why MFT should fit into your IT structure, as well as insights into top security, compliance and data breach concerns.”  Jonathan will also be discussing;

  • Smart steps to lower your data breach risk
  • Tips on the “person-to-person” aspect of Managed File Transfer
  • How to evaluate, select, and implement a MFT solution with rapid time-to-value and a positive ROI
  • Strategic approach to MFT project planning

The webinar will take place on Wednesday 26th January at 3.00 pm.

REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED.

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Ipswitch MOVEit DMZ Managed File Transfer Review

SC Magazine have reviewed a number of managed file transfer solutions available in the marketplace – Ipswitch MOVEit DMZ being one of them. This managed file transfer server software helps secure data in transit by encrypting various transfer protocols using industry standards.

After reviewing product attributes such as features, ease of use, performance, documentation, support and value for money, Ipswitch MOVEit DMZ was award a full 5 stars in every category and labelled as one of SC Magazine’s ‘Best Buys’. Stating no possible negative points against the solution, the overall verdict deemed MOVEit DMZ a “A flexible, web-based product which allows tight control over end-to-end file transfer security.”Ipswitch MOVEit SC Magazine Review

See here for full details of the SC Magazine review or for more information regarding the Ipswitch File Transfer product range. Please also feel free to contact Pro2col on 0333 123 1240 to speak to one of our consultants.

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Ipswitch Acquires MessageWay In Merger Of Managed File Transfer Vendors

Although I was aware of this deal being concluded over a week ago I wasn’t able to let on.  As its now being widely reported online I can confirm that Ipswitch has acquired MessageWay as the managed file transfer marketplace consolidates again after other recent mergers/acquisitions.  Its going to be interesting to see how much more activity between MFT vendors there will be over the coming months.

Here are some further details as penned by Gary Shottes of Ipswitch File Transfer.

Acquisition will pave the way for more secure application-to-application communications, partners say.

Ipswitch Inc., a maker of secure, managed file transfer products and services, today will announce that it has acquired MessageWay Solutions Inc., a provider of managed file transfer and business integration solutions. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

With the addition of MessageWay to its product family, Ipswitch will provide a wide range of secure file transfer services and capabilities, including of advanced analytics, enterprise-wide monitoring, and high-performance data translation and transformation for EDI, ERP, and a variety of other message formats, the companies said.

“When people in the industry talk about security, one of the things that they don’t often mention is that about 30 percent of the exchanges that go on between companies are exchanges of files between applications, not between people sitting at a desk typing at a computer,” says Greg Faubert, president of MessageWay. “This is an area that’s becoming more important all the time.”

“The file transfer market is changing, not only in the volume and size of messages, but in the way they are handled,” says Gary Shottes, president of Ipswitch. “The worlds of managed file transfer, EDI, and middleware, which have typically been handled by different vendors, are converging. We think we’ll be in a position to take market share away from all of those more focused players, by offering solutions that provide a more integrated approach.” The need for managed file transfer is increasing as organizations look for ways to meet industry and regulatory requirements such as SOX, PCI, FISMA, and HIPAA, the executives said. Many enterprises need a better way to show a “chain of custody” on file transfers, proving to auditors that data is safe as it travels between partners.

“What we offer is the ability to exchange files securely through the DMZ without the file ever landing on disk,” Flaubert says. “Companies can submit files or retrieve files through an open protocol, but without the file ever residing in the red zone.

“Once the data gets to its destination, it’s encrypted and housed in a secure database,” Flaubert explains. “The only way for an attacker to get into those files would be for them to have access to the physical disk, all of the encryption keys, and a copy of our software.”

Ipswitch expects its combined offerings to get traction in industries where secure file transfer is required, such as financial services, government, and healthcare.

Click here for further information on the range of products by Ipswitch File Transfer or call Pro2col Sales on 0333 123 1240

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