Archive for February, 2014

Data Security Trends: Uncertainty and Expectation

“Uncertainty and expectation are the joys of life.”  An English playwright and poet offered this observation over 300 years ago, but it applies equally well to data security issues we will face in 2014.  With concern about cyber security at an all-time high, enterprises of all sizes are naturally anxious about what may come next.  Given such widespread uncertainty, government at all levels will get involved in an effort to “solve” perceived problems.  Consequently, data security and related privacy issues will be the focus for 2014, and beyond. (more)

bTrade Celebrates Strong Growth in 2013

In 2014, the managed file transfer community will no doubt be faced with many data security/data management challenges, which we will cover and discuss throughout the year.  But for now, we would like to take a moment to reflect on the tremendous year we had in 2013. (more)

High Availability–What It Means in a Managed File Transfer Environment

High availability can invoke feelings of insecurity when it comes to evaluating your managed file transfer software resources, but it need not be such a scary prospect.  In its simplest form, high availability allows you to ensure that your system will be operational as close to 100% of the time it needs to be. (more)

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