Posts Tagged ‘file sharing’

Email and Data Security — Not a match made in heaven

Alas, some things just aren’t meant to be—Ashton and Demi, Michael Bolton and long hair, dogs and cats, email and sensitive corporate information. Yet most people today use email to send anything without even thinking about data security. The problem is that even though email seems way more advanced than licking a stamp and dropping [...]

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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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SEEBURGER AS2 Products Drummond Certified™ in Latest Interoperability Test Round

Drummond Group Inc. announced AS2 products have completed the AS2-3Q10 Drummond Certified™ Interoperability testing. AS2 is one of the most widely recognized messaging standards for B2B e-commerce with thousands of implementations around the globe. It enables users to connect, deliver and reply to data securely and reliably, thereby delivering cost savings and providing flexibility and [...]

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Will Core ERP Ever Move to the Cloud?

by Dennis Gaughan, Gartner Anlayst This week marks the one-year anniversary of Gartner’s acquisition of AMR Research. In many ways, I can’t believe an entire year has gone by; it’s gone very quickly. One of the striking differences between AMR past and Gartner present is just the “virtual-ness” of the workplace. Given that most AMR [...]

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How can Finance get into the EDI world

Image that its Friday morning, just like all of the others, the Accounts Payable Manager comes out of his/her office to the sound of paper being shuffled throughout the AP department. He/she looks over their empire of personnel and watches as each clerk pulls a check from one pile, the paper remittance details from another [...]

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Increased Integration from SEEBURGER drives efficiency for P&O Ferrymasters

Since implementing the SEEBURGER Business Integration Server (BIS) in 2004, P&O Ferrymasters (POFM) has steadily expanded its integration capabilities throughout the organisation. This year, the company expects its systems to handle more than 4.5 million electronic messages and 180,000 orders, in a huge variety of formats and protocols. This seamless integration capability has led to [...]

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SAP Touts Sustainability, Mobility, On-Demand, Social Collaboration, and In-Memory Technology at SAPPHIRE NOW

By Greg Gorbach and Sid Snitkin. Source This year, SAPPHIRE morphed into SAPPHIRE NOW, where two physically separated, live but robustly interconnected, venues each hosted thousands of attendees. Tens of thousands more joined via the Internet. Co-CEOs Jim Hageman-Snabe and Bill McDermott delivered back-to-back keynote presentations, one form Orlando, and one from Frankfurt. SAP used [...]

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Secure File Sharing and Consolidation: roles in collaboration

Wikis, Web conferencing, and the like won’t help people work together if the corporate culture is internally competitive and hierarchical. By Evan Rosen Source Why should any organization adopt collaboration? There’s only one reason—value creation. After all, if we’re not creating value, what’s the point? With a growing consciousness for collaboration, many companies are investing [...]

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SEEBURGER Launches ODETTE-Certified Solutions for OFTP2 Communication

Hosted or Licensed Models Available for SEEBURGER or Third-Party B2B Gateways SEEBURGER Inc. announced last month the availability of multiple ODETTE-certified OFTP2 solutions for automotive suppliers who must meet OEM mandates to migrate to the ODETTE File Transfer Protocol 2 for supply chain communications. SEEBURGER is among the first business-to-business integration providers to receive OFTP2 [...]

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