The IT Architect’s Guide to File Gateway Consolidation  

Most IT architects are dealing with a variety of outdated file transfer processes in their organizations. They’re used to exchange critical information with customers, suppliers, partners and the internal workforce, which means they’re vital to the business—and failure is not an option.

The right managed file transfer (MFT) solution can modernize legacy file transfer environments, but the wrong one can cause even more problems. Find out how to choose wisely.

Read this guide to learn about the five key characteristics that IT architects should look for in an MFT solution, including:
• Addressing the key pain points and weaknesses of outdated file transfer systems
• Gaining greater visibility, security, collaboration, compliance, efficiency and reliability
• Reducing IT’s burden when it comes to managing and troubleshooting complex legacy file transfer systems