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GoAnywhere Managed File Transfer 5 Released with Unified Interface and Advanced Reporting

GoAnywhere MFT 5 is now live. The upgrade combines the workflow automation capabilities of Linoma's popular GoAnywhere Director solution with secure file transfer protocol (FTP) features from GoAnywhere Services into a single product. In addition, the merged product adds numerous significant enhancements. 

GoAnywhere Managed File Transfer 5.0 Unified Interface DashboardGoAnywhere MFT 5 introduces a brand new and customizable browser-based dashboard with more than 20 gadgets providing statistics, graphs, and details of file transfer activity and critical system information. Each administrator has their own personal dashboard, and can arrange informative gadgets to quickly monitor the activity most important to them.

The upgrade delivers advanced Reporting features that include various PDF reports that cover system information and file-transfer activity with details and graphs.  A Security Settings Audit report will analyze a GoAnywhere MFT server's security settings to determine compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) requirements. The report also suggests actions needed to remedy the settings that are non-compliant.

GoAnywhere continues to provide individual audit logs for job activity, triggers, and file transfers (SFTP and FTP/s, HTTP/s, AS2). The product's new version improves logging by sending the individual log events to a global index for faster, system-wide search results.  The new Global Search can be used to quickly find events for a particular file name, a specific user name or a wide variety of 'Google' like search criteria.

Licensing for GoAnywhere MFT has been revamped allowing GoAnywhere to offer a completely free FTP server, including functions to automate FTP transfers. Every edition of GoAnywhere MFT also includes 10 free user accounts for GoDrive, the on-premises enterprise file synchronization and sharing solution.

GoAnywhere MFT now features the ability to use Internet Content Adaptation Protocol (ICAP) servers as Resources and Tasks to integrate antivirus and DLP (data loss prevention) solutions in your workflows. Customers can scan files for sensitive data and viruses to stop harmful file transfers before they are sent.

Existing customers of GoAnywhere will need to register on the GoAnywhere Customer Portal at my.goanywhere.com to request a new license before installing the upgrade.

To download the software or learn more about the enhancements and features of GoAnywhere MFT 5.0, visit GoAnywhere.com.

 

 

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