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IT’s Time to Take Back Control (Infographic)

| March 18, 2014 | Managed File Transfer, System-to-System, Visibility, Workflow Automation

blog image previewAs an IT professional, this likely sounds all too familiar: Find a way(s) to keep business processes smooth and secure despite your lack of full control or visibility over the movement of files. As the type of data, threats, transfer scenarios and modes all continue to rise, you are expected to keep it all together – all while managing countless other tasks.

But it’s time to disrupt the status quo and resolve some of the pains of file transfer. Ask yourself if you are currently experiencing any of the following:

  • Inadequate security
  • Lack of control
  • Increasing complexity and time consumption when hunting down reports or missing files
  • Invisibility (not the super hero kind, but the kind when you don’t have full view into the transport of important information)

If you answered yes to any of the above, look no further – managed file transfer might be what you are looking for (and might even make you feel like a super hero*).

*Invisibility not guaranteed

Check out our new Managed File Transfer infographic here and tell us your thoughts. null

Grab the PDF of the MFT Infographic here.

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Ipswitch helps solve complex IT problems with simple solutions. The company’s software has been installed on more than 150,000 networks spanning 168 countries to monitor networks, applications and servers, and securely transfer files between systems, business partners and customers. Ipswitch was founded in 1991 and is based in Lexington, Massachusetts with offices throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia and Latin America.