FTP or HTTP solutions have the following drawbacks:|
- They aren't reliable.
- They are labor-intensive.
- Users are turned into de facto shipping and receiving clerks, spending significant time each day manually processing files for delivery.
- They cannot handle uploading and downloading large files
- They miss opportunities to capture metadata.
- They do not offer tracking or reporting.
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Who Needs Managed File Transfer Software?
But does everyone need Managed File Transfer? Generally, this process is suited to companies that regularly share files across a number of users. They also often have one or more of the following characteristics:
- Large, repository of digital assets
- Produce high volumes of graphics or video files
- Multiple locations
- Distributed workgroups accessing the system
- High volume of international transfers
- Have a business need to send files quickly
File transfer solution options can range from free to sophisticated high-end so how do you know which one is for you?
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