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SEEBURGER not vulnerable to Heartbleed

Here is a short Q&A about SEEBURGER products and services in response to the recently announced security threat called Heartbleed: Are SEEBURGER products affected? No. SEEBURGER products are not directly affected by the Heartbleed Open SSL issue. But we do recommend that your company review any use of Open SSL to ensure your system’s security. [...]

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Calculate your real world FTP costs

For more than 40 years File Transfer Protocol (FTP) has been the mainstay of file transfer management solutions. If it was a married couple we’d be patting it on the back for hanging in there—but it’s not. It’s a 40-year-old file transfer solution that is probably costing a whole lot more than you think. In [...]

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Managed File Transfer is key for Governance and Compliance

It’s a given that Managed File Transfer (MFT) transfers files. But what exactly makes it stand out from other file transfer solutions? For one, MFT supports the highest levels of governance, compliance and security. That’s why a growing number of companies are turning to MFT. Businesses simply can’t afford to lose data these days, and [...]

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SEEBURGER offers financial transaction security with SWIFT qualification

Security and Business Continuity dictate a multi channel strategy for Financial Institutions. So we’ve taken another step towards ensuring financial transaction security. We’re pleased to announce the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT) has awarded us two key SWIFTNet 7.0 qualifications. What exactly does this mean? It means the SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS) [...]

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File sharing in the fast lane

It’s in our nature to assume we’re immune—that bad stuff only happens to other people. We tell ourselves that yes, texting and driving is dangerous, but we’re really good drivers so we’re fine. Yes, eating a high-fat diet can cause heart attacks, but those things only happen to other people. Sometimes data breaches happen, and [...]

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MFT Essentials Part 1: Four common situations that call for Managed File Transfer

Managed File Transfer (MFT) is becoming well-known now as a highly secure alternative to more traditional (and faulty) methods of data sharing. There are four scenarios in particular that exemplify cases in which using an MFT solution would be incredibly valuable. Email attachments are the most common method of transferring files that leads to confidential [...]

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Does your SAP data need security from…you?

In a large organization, chances are there is more than one Rob Johnson, Bill Smith or Susan Hill working there. Whatever the case may be, sending files through SAP to the wrong Rob, Bill or Susan, is just one of the many ways data can get lost inside and outside a company. The fact of [...]

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Insurers Drowning in Unstructured Data, MFT to the Rescue

Exchanging unstructured data has long been a fact of life in the insurance industry. And insurance companies generally have done it well.  Think of all the files – policy applications, forms, payouts, related documentation – that daily have to pass through many “hands,” from Underwriting to Claims to independent agents, brokers and policyholders.  Piece of [...]

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IT-Powerhouse Partnership: ETIAH and SEEBURGER

Guest Blogger, Gratien Etiah, President, Chief Executive Officer at ETIAH What do you get when you partner award-winning global business integration software provider SEEBURGER with Canada-based SAP Consultancy firm ETIAH? Simply put, you gain a powerful partnership which enables businesses to enhance the value of their SAP implementations by seamlessly integrating trading partner communications, secure [...]

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Protect Your SAP Data with Managed File Transfer

Data loss costs businesses in the U.S. billions of dollars every year — more than 18 billion to be exact. And it’s not an issue that just affects a few.  On an annual basis, more than half of all businesses will lose data. That’s why solutions that prevent data loss are so fundamentally important to [...]

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