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.
Learn how the GoAnywhere managed file transfer (MFT) solution secures & automates data exchanges, eliminates the need for manual methods like custom programs & scripts.
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.
GoAnywhere MFT connects to a wide variety of servers for secure server-to-server file transfers. These connections are made over the TCP/IP network using standard protocols.
No additional software components need to be installed on any servers to which GoAnywhere MFT connects. This centralized non-evasive solution allows you to save significant licensing fees and have a single point of control and administration.
Files can be uploaded and downloaded from Amazon S3 buckets through automated workflows. Amazon S3 buckets can also be used as storage locations for trading partner files.
AS2 messages can be compressed, signed, encrypted and sent over an SSL tunnel making AS2 a very secure option for transferring files. AS2 also implements MDNs (receipts) to ensure the delivery of the messages.
AS3 messaging is a client-server model originally created to securely transfer structured data files like XML and EDI documents. AS3 provides additional security through separation of duties.
AS4 messages can be compressed, signed, and encrypted, making AS4 a very secure option for transferring files. Document security is achieved by employing aspects of WS-Security, XML Encryption, and XML Digital Signatures.ng files.
Azure Blob Storage provides organizations with affordable and scalable cloud storage provided by Microsoft. GoAnywhere supports Block type blob storage. Projects in GoAnywhere can connect to Azure Blob Storage resources to upload, download and manage documents.
Connect to a wide variety of database servers including SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, MariaDB, IBM i, DB2, PostgreSQL, Amazon Aurora, Azure SQL, Derby, and Informix.
Transfer files with standard FTP servers.
Transfer files with secure FTPS (FTP over SSL) servers.
Connect to both standard HTTP servers and secure HTTPS servers using SSL/TLS to automate web services and other web site transactions.
Integrate with antivirus solutions to prevent viruses and malware from entering the organization. ICAP can also be used to integrate with Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions to stay compliant by not allowing sensitive information to be sent to unauthorized parties.
Send accelerated file transfers between GoAnywhere servers using the proprietary GoFast protocol.
Send and receive emails using SMTP, POP3, and IMAP.
Integrate with Websphere MQ, SonicMQ, and other popular MQ servers for application-to-application messaging.
Execute commands and scripts on Linux, Windows, IBM i, and other operating systems. SSH commands can also be sent to SSH enabled servers to perform software upgrades, system actions, and more automatically.
Share files and folders on a network using the native operating system actions or with the SMB/CIFS client.
Transfer files with PeSIT (Protocol d’Echanges pour un Systeme Interbancaire de Telecompensation) servers.
Transfer files with SCP (Secure Copy) servers.
Upload and download files using SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) for securing server-to-server file transfers sent between you, your trading partners, and enterprise servers.
Send SMS text messages through popular 3rd party SMS gateways services using Projects.
Send traps from Projects to an SNMP server for event notifications.
GoAnywhere can connect to a web server or web share using the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) protocol. Projects in GoAnywhere can also connect to WebDAV resources to upload, download and manage documents.
GoAnywhere MFT can distribute data from any server listed above to other servers in your network or to external trading partners.
The following diagram illustrates how GoAnywhere MFT can retrieve data from any source location and pull it into your organization for storage and further processing.
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Amazon S3 Bucket
Message Queue (MQ)
Open PGP for IBM i
Zip with AES
Fixed Width Text
Commands and APIs
Auditing and Reporting
Microsoft Dynamics 365
Security and Compliance
Guides and Tutorials
Getting Started with GoAnywhere MFT
Getting Started with File Transfer Services
Getting Started with Projects
Automating Project Workflows
How to Encrypt Files with Open PGP
How to Import a CSV File into a Database
Getting Started with Domains
Converting Scripts to Projects
How to Read JSON Data and Insert it into a Database
How to Query a Database and Write the Data to JSON
Using the SQL Wizard to Join Data from Two Database Tables
How to Enable SSL for HTTPS/AS2 Server Connections
Configuring the AS2 Client to Send AS2 Messages
How to Configure the AS2 Service to Receive AS2 Transfers
Configuring Web User Accounts to Receive AS2 Messages
Reverse and Forward Proxy
PCI DSS Compliance
Linux and Unix
Mac OS X
Encrypt and Sign
Decrypt and Verify
Implementation & Configuration
AS2, AS3 and AS4 Transfers
File Sync & Sharing
Get the Most Out of GoAnywhere
Platforms & Integrations
Send Large Files
AIX and UNIX
Banking and Finance
IT & Telecom
Media & Entertainment