Managed File Transfer
Simplify data security, automation, server-to-server file transfers, and more.
Cloud File Transfer
Secure data exchange with trading partners and applications in the cloud.
Strong encryption and authentication technology for critical file transfers.
Drummond Certified solution for automating AS2 file transfers.
Open PGP Encryption
Asymmetric cryptology for protecting confidential files at rest and in motion.
Sharing & Collaboration
Simple and secure interfaces for user-to-user file sharing and collaboration.
Build automated workflows to move files effortlessly between internal systems, users, and trading partners.
EDI File Translation
Read, write, and map EDI X12 and XML files between databases.
Keep your sensitive data secure, no matter where it resides, or how it's shared.
Learn how GoAnywhere Managed File Transfer (MFT) secures & automates data exchanges, and eliminates the need for manual methods like custom programs & scripts. Start a trial today.
Reverse and forward proxy solution for keeping sensitive files out of the DMZ. Start a free trial.
Secure ICAP Gateway
Clearswift's suite of secure solutions and GoAnywhere MFT integrate to enhance your infrastructure and keep your sensitive data secure.
Explore how GoAnywhere MFTaaS gives you the power to securely transfer files while we take care of setup, hosting, and management.
Powerful free FTP client for file transfer automation with GoAnywhere MFT.
Enterprise-level FTP server included in GoAnywhere MFT. Start a free trial.
User-to-user file sharing and synchronization with GoDrive™.
Download Open PGP Studio
Encryption and key management, free with Open PGP™ Studio.
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SFTP or MFT file transfer solutions? That is the question. In this article, we compare secure FTP protocol solutions to MFT solutions to determine why an organization might need to choose one over the other.
How easy is it for hackers to gain access to files that you send or receive from trading partners? Unfortunately, all too easy. Use the tips in this article to keep your file transfers, passwords, and user credentials secure and compliant with today's data security standards.
Are you aware of all of the transactions going in and out of your company's network? Who is sending and pulling files, and what's the best way to manage all of these data exchanges? If these questions are left unanswered, it's possible data is slipping through the cracks.
Because IT is responsible for the company's data, we need to stay abreast of the compliance regulations and security laws that apply to it. We also need to to understand and implement the three types of data protection (physical, transitional, and procedural) in order to meet upcoming changes.
No matter what kind of business you do, it's imperative to protect customer information from compromise. States like Massachusetts have strict data privacy laws that help enforce proper cybersecurity practices, and many GoAnywhere customers use our products to meet these requirements. Find out how we can help you meet them too in this article.
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