A secure file transfer solution like GoAnywhere MFT helps organizations streamline, automate, and secure file transfers with trading partners, employees, customers, and enterprise servers on AIX and UNIX environments.
Deployable on-premises, in the cloud, and within hybrid environments, secure file transfer provides IT admins with extensive security settings, audit trails, and user management, as well as uses popular standards like SFTP, SCP, and FTPS to safely exchange data with others.
Running GoAnywhere MFT on an AIX system is a dependable way to protect your file movement from unnecessary risks and achieve extensive auditing lots and reporting for business requirements, data security standards, and cybersecurity practices. It eliminates the need for custom programs and scripts, single-function tools, and manual processes that were traditionally needed to move files between locations.
GoAnywhere is an innovate solution that reduces file transfer costs, improves the quality of interaction between you and your trading partners, and helps your organization comply with strict state, federal, and industry security policies. It runs easily on IBM AIX, Sun Solaris, and HP-UX operating systems, as well as several others.
Popular file transfer standards (SFTP, SCP, FTPS, Open PGP, etc)
Utilization of existing NFS and CIFS mounts and dynamic network shares
Support for running transfers from Cron jobs and external schedulers
Execution of existing shell scripts and remote SSH commands
“This product does it all. We were able to streamline several front-end customer sharing processes and automate them through GoAnywhere. Our development team creates workflows to be able to automate several processes to transfer information securely to financial institutions and firms. Our internal ERP system leverages it to transfer data across servers via projects. All manageable and visible via a good Admin portal. Great customizability and control. What more can an admin ask for?”
–Corporate IT Manager in the services industry, Gartner Peer Insights, July 2018