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New Message Queues and Network Shares Added to GoAnywhere MFT

The new 3.5 release of GoAnywhere MFT is now available with more features to help organizations automate, secure, and manage file transfers.

In this new release, GoAnywhere MFT provides simpler access to files and folders on Network Shares. It can also connect to enterprise Message Queues (e.g. WebSphere MQ) for better integration with customer applications. The new version also includes File Monitors. These monitors can be used to easily scan for new, modified, or deleted files in targeted folders.

Additionally, this release includes the ability to auto-resume file transfers if FTP and SFTP connections are broken.

Better High Availability (HA) capabilities allow GoAnywhere to store configurations in customer database systems including SQL Server, MySQL, and DB2 for IBM i (iSeries). This allows customers to manage and replicate this data using in-house database and HA tools.

I'll say it again, that of all the tools I have purchased over 28 years in I.T. GoAnywhere [MFT] is my favorite!

Don McIntyre, Kansas City, Missouri School District

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