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Calling All IT Pros: Tell Us Your “WTF” Story and Win an Xbox One

| March 6, 2014 | Secure File Transfer, Visibility

QuestionMarkNo matter what line of work you’re in, there’s bound to be a frustrating incident that makes you slam your fists on the desk, look to the ceiling and exclaim, “WTF?!?!” For IT pros, this often stands for “Where’s the File?”

We hear it all the time: File transfer is becoming increasingly difficult. And considering that roughly two-thirds of enterprise file transfers – for content like purchase orders, invoices, travel documents, tax information, etc. – are sent between applications and not people, it’s no wonder that tracking and locating files can be a constant burden –especially when critical business processes go down.

We’ve heard many “Where’s The File?” stories from customers, but we want to hear yours! Consider these examples:

•”My automated file movement triggers order fulfillment for my products, but if the files don’t make it from location A to B, we lose orders, we lose customers, and we lose money…”

” process large video files from around the world and need to get them turned around in a matter of hours for clients. More often than I’d like, the videos either take too long or don’t complete the transfer at all. My video content gets stale, it loses value, and my clients aren’t happy.”

Sound familiar? Have another WTF story? Let us know here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XJ29727

Not only will you get it off your chest, you’ll be entered into our Xbox One contest giveaway! We’ll draw our winner on March 19th – so tell us your “WTF” story today!

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Zak Pines

This post was written by Zak Pines

As Director of Marketing for Ipswitch File Transfer, Zak is an information advocate for Managed File Transfer. Zak’s team strives to provide valuable and helpful information to IT and business professionals looking to better understand managed file transfer, how it can help their organization and what steps are required to maximize the business impact of a managed file transfer system. This “All Things Managed File Transfer” blog is one element of that program. Zak is a graduate of Yale University.