We’re always looking for new ways to illustrate the power and versatility of our GoAnywhere suite of secure file transfer and encryption solutions. Very simply, GoAnywhere helps you streamline, encrypt and automate your file transfer processes to save time and money while meeting ever-growing compliance requirements.
Still, we find it’s sometimes challenging to quickly explain the power and convenience of our managed file transfer software, so we’re excited to introduce some brand new videos to showcase the flexibility and control GoAnywhere clients have.
GoAnywhere’s suite of secure file transfer solutions helps you manage all of your organization’s inbound and outbound file transfers — both internally as well as with external trading partners.
With support for virtually any platform and protocol, including FTP, FTPS, SFTP, HTTP/S, AS2, SMTP and ZIP, GoAnywhere puts local control of the entire process into one intuitive dashboard. GoAnywhere eliminates the need for custom scripts, generates detailed audit logs, and provides a rich catalog of features for comprehensive management, all without additional hardware or specialized skills.
If you’d like to test drive a free trial, let us know. We’d also love to hear what you think of our videos!
Personal data privacy is one of the greatest concerns individuals have when doing business over the web and in person. It seems it is commonplace for a company to notify their customers that their personal and/or account information has been compromised by a hacker or a disgruntled employee (e.g. TJ Maxx, Wells Fargo, Bank of America). While you’d think businesses would do everything they can to protect their customers’ personal information, they will weigh the risks and likelihood of a data breach happening versus the cost and time to implement such security measures. Knowing this, the payment card industry (PCI), government agencies and many states have put together a list of requirements that businesses must follow in order to do business with them or in their state. The problem is they often don’t enforce these regulations and fines are only imposed after a data breach happens.
I just returned from Framingham, Massachusetts where we exhibited at the Northeast User Group conference. Massachusetts has a very strict data privacy law. Not only do businesses in Massachusetts need to protect their customers’ personal information but so do businesses who have in their database the personal identifiable information of people from Massachusetts. One of the requirements says organizations must:
“Encrypt all transmitted records and files containing personal information that will travel across public networks.”
Several of our customers mentioned our products have helped them meet the Massachusetts’ data privacy requirements. They have implemented field encryption using Crypto Complete and are using our GoAnywhere Director to encrypt file transfers. They have minimized the risk of a data breach happening at their company by using both solutions. Unfortunately, I also had many other individuals stop by Linoma’s Booth who said their management does not want to allocate any resources (time or money) towards securing personal and confidential data. They know they should do it and are required to do so, but it’s just not high on their priority list right now. I’m afraid this mindset may be more popular than we think, which is concerning.
Is the company you work for securing personal data? Is your company looking for a solution to secure data? Find out today how we can help your company avoid sending the inevitable letter that your confidential information has been breached. Not only can we help you avoid facing public humiliation, our products can help save you time and money by streamlining the secure data transfer process.
If you are interested in seeing how Linoma’s solutions can encrypt your data at rest and when it’s transferred, don’t hesitate to contact us at 800-949-4696.