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GoAnywhere Services Clustering Is Featured in IT Jungle

Linoma Software [now HelpSystems] is getting lots of attention these days thanks to the recent addition of clustering and load balancing to its GoAnywhere Services secure FTP server.   Companies who need maximum up-time can now depend on GoAnywhere as a high availability solution, especially when it comes to overcoming hardware failure. secure ftp server high availability clustering According to a story published in IT Jungle today, "The one-two punch of GoAnywhere Services 3.1 and GoAnywhere Gateway 2.0 will put Linoma in the game when clustering and load balancing are part of the RFP."

 

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