Managed File Transfer

Secure, Affordable & Scalable

GoAnywhere MFT is an enterprise-level solution for automating, securing and streamlining file transfers for organizations of all sizes. A reliable and secure file transfer solution, GoAnywhere MFT can help your organization achieve regulatory compliance, increase security and streamline processes.

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Secure FTP

Encrypt & Protect Your File Transfers

Safeguard sensitive file transfers using strong encryption technology and modern authentication methods with the Secure FTP features in GoAnywhere MFT. The intuitive browser-based interface allows you to easily configure, automate and track all of your inbound and outbound Secure FTP file transfers.

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Collaboration

From Ad-Hoc to EFSS

Give employees and partners the tools they need to access, share and collaborate on files from anywhere. Send a single email or collaborate on multiple files with GoAnywhere MFT. Customize to suit your organization with desktop sync, multi-platform support and no subscription fees or file size limitations.

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We provide support for all GoAnywhere products by our own highly trained and dedicated on-staff support team. Have questions or need assistance? Give us a call, visit the forums, drop us an email or initiate a chat. Our Support Team is here for you and ready to help!

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"The installation and configuration was easy, and we transitioned our secure ftp jobs in a matter of weeks. GoAnywhere provides reliability in monitoring and alerting that was needed as well as an easy to use interface."

James C., Mountain West Farm Bureau

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Data Connectors - Omaha

July 7, 2016

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VMUG - Indianapolis

July 20, 2016

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  • HelpSystems Acquires Linoma Software to Meet Rising Security Demand
    6/3/2016
    HelpSystems announced today the acquisition of Linoma Software, whose secure managed file transfer (MFT) and data encryption products have propelled exciting growth. The acquisition broadens the HelpSystems security portfolio with solutions that fit specific needs and run on...
 
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  • How Managed File Transfer helped a Healthcare Organization Save Time and Money
    June 21, 2016
    For a healthcare group looking to streamline processes and slash costs without compromising on security and functionality, finding a reputable secure file transfer solution was imperative. Nemours, one of the largest integrated pediatric health systems in the United States,...

    For a healthcare group looking to streamline processes and slash costs without compromising on security and functionality, finding a reputable secure file transfer solution was imperative. Nemours, one of the largest integrated pediatric health systems in the United States, was tasked with migrating to a standardized system that would help them work more efficiently while maintaining compliance with health industry regulations such as HIPAA and HITECH.

    With over 70 years of providing care and services to more than 300,000 children each year, Nemours relied on writing scripts and manual transfers in their day-to-day operations. While the process served them well in the past, as transfer numbers grew to over 5,000 per month, the team knew it was time to find an alternative that could help them save time and money.Nemours - GoAnywhere Managed File Transfer

    The search was on for a file transfer solution…

    Because of the sensitive nature of the patient data they often send, data security and safeguarding measures were at the top of the wish list for the Nemours team. Additionally, they required a solution that would provide flexibility and automation capabilities that could further streamline internal processes and workflows. After evaluating a number of solutions on the market, the team chose GoAnywhere MFT™ for its robust features and affordability.

    Surprisingly versatile software

    The Nemours team found that their GoAnywhere licenses could be used to manage workflows in multiple departments and as they implemented the software, they realized that they could harness the power of managed file transfer to handle projects that weren’t on the original list for MFT.  For example, external clients would remotely connect and drop files via an HTTPS website in the past. Nemours was able to permanently migrate that entire process to GoAnywhere which gave them the added functionality of detailed audit logs and notifications when files were successfully received. Nemours was also able to deploy GoAnywhere to automate a complicated enterprise project that redefined how they processed electronic statement transfers.

    Dealing with high volume, encryption and decryption and various data points became nearly effortless with the managed file transfer solution and as a result, projects that used to take several days now take just a few hours. Troubleshooting issues now takes minutes as they have the convenience of detailed job and audit logs to quickly pinpoint problems. By decreasing the amount of time that staffers had to spend on writing scripts, manually transferring files and troubleshooting as they did in the past, Nemours was able to save time and reduce stress on IT staff. Saving time equates to saving money and with GoAnywhere on their side, the team at Nemours can now turn their attention to more strategically significant projects. To learn more, read the case study.


  • 3 Steps to Safeguarding Company Data and Limiting Risk
    May 24, 2016
    Security professionals of today are inundated with headlines about the potential consequences of a data breach. Take, for example, Target, which suffered a massive data breach at the end of 2013, exposing the personal information of 70 million shoppers. Worse yet, the breach...

    GoAnywhere Safeguard Data and Limit LiabilitySecurity professionals of today are inundated with headlines about the potential consequences of a data breach. Take, for example, Target, which suffered a massive data breach at the end of 2013, exposing the personal information of 70 million shoppers. Worse yet, the breach occurred at the height of the holiday shopping season, rocking consumer confidence.

    This case and many others underscore the fact that protecting data is getting more complex as security professionals work to manage vast amounts of data throughout various physical and virtual locations. So how can you best safeguard your data?

    Catalog Assets: Know What Data You’re Storing

    The first step in protecting critical data is understanding the full extent of what you’re storing. All data is important, but it’s especially critical to identify and catalog sensitive information. For example, this may include:

    • Transaction and account records.
    • Customer lists and contracts.
    • Personally identifiable information (e.g., Social Security numbers, credit card numbers).
    • Proprietary corporate details that are, such as financial documents, marketing plans and trade secrets.
    • Employee records.

    This list, of course, is endless and unique for every business type. Taking inventory of the types of information that you are storing and identifying which are the most sensitive will assist in implementing the best safeguards.

    Identify Where Data Is Stored

    The percentage of workers operating remotely has skyrocketed from 9 percent in 1995 to 37 percent now, according to Gallup. This trend presents additional complexity for security professionals, especially when you add other trends — such as BYOD — into the equation.

    In fact, in a recent survey by Tech Pro Research, 74 percent of companies said that they are already using or planning to adopt BYOD.

    After identifying the types of digital information stored and which are highly sensitive, you must also inventory where that data resides to effectively keep it safe. For example, locations may include:

    • Portable drives
    • Laptops
    • Network drives
    • Servers
    • The Cloud
    • Mobile devices

    After identifying all the locations — physical and virtual — security professionals are faced with the important question “OK, now how do we protect this data?”

    Protecting Data

    Protecting data involves safeguarding the exchange of information between all systems, employees, customers and trading partners. For example, an effective security solution should:

    • Encrypt important information at rest and in transit.
    • Enforce strong password policies.
    • Allow you to limit access.
    • Include accountability, showing who has accessed data, when, and from what location and device.
    • Have multi-factor authentication.
    • Leverage safeguards that ensure you are alerted if important data is leaking or stolen.
    • Ensure that regular data backups are in place to safeguard data in case of an unexpected event.

    Security threats won’t be slowing down anytime soon, but advanced security solutions allow organizations to more effectively safeguard business data. As a result, organizations are able to mitigate business risk, reduce liability and provide customers with greater confidence.

 
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