Archive for July, 2013

How to Make Your Managed File Transfer Migration Process Simple, Seamless and Secure

For many companies, upgrading or migrating to a new Managed File Transfer (“MFT”) solution can appear to be an overwhelming task.  It is imperative that the migration of data and users is done accurately and securely, without disrupting your business. That is why bTrade offers a variety of migration and upgrade options to fit your company’s needs, regardless of size or data complexity.  bTrade’s decades of experience handling complex data migrations, will help your company benefit from the functionality of secureXchange 4.0 as quickly as possible.  Companies planning a data migration should consider which style of migration is most suitable for their needs. (more)

More Evidence That a Managed File Transfer Solution Can Help Protect Data

One of the goals for this blog is to provide our readers with periodic updates of events occurring in the world of managed file transfer .  One such event is the recent release of Verizon’s 2013 Data Breach Investigations Report .  (If you follow the link to the DBIR, please know it is a 63-page document so it may take some time to load).


Will California Mandate The Use of Encryption When Transmitting Confidential Data Via Email?

Several years ago, IT and business managers were surveyed about their managed file transfer usage.  The results showed that an astoundingly high percentage of those surveyed (over 70%) were still transmitting data unencrypted, even data of a sensitive variety.     From a data security perspective, this type of conduct is a definite no-no.  Fast forward to 2013, and it seems that not much has changed. (more)

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