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GoAnywhere Starts Off the Year with Several Product Releases

When things get hectic and life gets crazy, let's face it, we could all use a release. All puns aside, we've been busy the past 5 months issuing several releases which provide our current and future clients the business edge they need in this ever changing market. We released updates for Surveyor/400, Crypto Complete, and GoAnywhere Services/GoAnywhere Director [combined and renamed GoAnywhere MFT in 2015].

In February, Linoma released Surveyor/400 3.7. Surveyor/400 allows users to easily query and download data from IBM i to their desktops and network servers. Version 3.7 provides support for Excel 2007 with custom formatting options to create professional-looking spreadsheets. Surveyor/400 additionally supports earlier versions of Excel, as well as CSV, fixed width text, HTML and XML documents. Surveyor/400 conveniently provides over 20 IBM i tools in one application.

In addition to Surveyor/400, we also released Crypto Complete 2.20 in February. The new release of Crypto Complete 2.20 incorporated tokenization. Tokenization should be considered when sensitive data is stored on multiple systems. Tokenization is the process of replacing sensitive data with unique identification numbers (e.g. tokens) and storing the original data on a central server in encrypted form. By centralizing sensitive data, tokenization helps to thwart hackers and minimize the scope of compliance audits such as PCI DSS. Additionally, Crypto Complete 2.20 offers faster encryption for backups while eliminating the need for intermediate save files.

Let's fast-forward to June; we released GoAnywhere Services 1.3.0. Version 1.3.0 adds enhanced security features with IP Filtering, Syslog feeds and additional Trigger actions, along with other updates and usability options. GoAnywhere Services [now GoAnywhere MFT] is a secure file server that provides internal and external trading partners with a secure connection to your system for exchanging files within a fully managed and audited solution.

Also in June, Linoma released a new version of GoAnywhere Director [now GoAnywhere MFT]. GoAnywhere Director 3.2.0 provides a connector for sending data using the AS2 version 1.2 standards. This includes support for multiple file attachments within a single AS2 message, synchronous MDN receipts and message integrity verification. AS2 messages can be sent over an SSL tunnel, making it a secure option for the transfer of sensitive data. Version 3.2.0 also includes Syslog server integration, advanced scheduling options, enhanced server certificate handling and FTP checksum validation options. GoAnywhere Director is a managed file transfer solution for the enterprise.

If you need any additional information about any of our product releases or if you need a solution and aren't sure what is the best product for your circumstance, give us a call. If we don't have the product your business needs, we can point you in the right direction.

It has been a great start to 2010. Thanks to all of our clients for their continued support.

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