FTP Support for File Transfer Operations Involving Legacy Systems
Many file transfer programs are limited in the protocols they support. They may only support nonsecure protocols like FTP or only secure protocols like SFTP. But your organization may need both protocols to communicate with servers and local machines that support SSH2 and older legacy systems that do not. SecureFX® from VanDyke Software supports a number of file transfer protocols, allowing you to standardize on a single client.
Multiple Platform & Protocol Support
- FTP over TLS
Because SecureFX can establish an encrypted or unencrypted connection, the same file transfer program can be used for secure file transfer as well as internal file transfers that do not require layers of data security and/or file transfers with legacy machines that only support FTP.
Benefits of File Transfer Program Standardization
Standardizing on one file transfer client can increase the efficiency of your organization and enhance compliance with data security policies. Multi-platform support and a consistent interface minimize the need for (re)training for users moving between operating systems, and network administrators have a single file transfer program to maintain and update. Support for SSH protocols (and the ability to limit data encryption protocols to FIPS-approved algorithms) provides the highest level of data security.
SecureFX gives you the flexibility to perform secure file transfers as well as file transfers with legacy systems that only support FTP, making it an ideal program to standardize on. Find out how SecureFX can help you increase the efficiency of your file transfer and network administration operations. Download SecureFX for a free 30-day evaluation. To get started:
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