This white paper looks at what can be done to put file transfer under 'control' without needing to make changes to the existing file transfers, whilst at the same reducing costs.
Over the years a variety of file transfer tools and techniques have been utilized to support the file transfer needs of internal systems as well as file transfers with external partners.
The file transfer process has become complex, involving differing platforms, technologies, processing methods and support.
Each process has been developed separately to meet differing requirements resulting in individual hubs or silo solutions.
This has resulted in several specialized teams within the organization to support each of these solutions, which makes requesting; maintaining and supporting a new file transfer request complicated, costly and time consuming.
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