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In this article, we will explore common scenarios and how Robocopy can be used to make system administrators' lives easier. Using version 10.0.18362 for this article and is the version that comes with Windows 10 1903.
The importance of online collaboration took a quantum leap as the COVID-19 pandemic forced just about every office worker to stay at home.
Large scale data migrations are a grueling process. This is why multiple failovers and automation in a managed file transfer tool will be your best option in avoiding data loss or corruption.
The latest news and lockdowns around the world may seem drastic to some managers, but the reality is that working from home is the future for all office workers.
At its simplest, File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a rudimentary method of moving files from one location on a network to another.
No. Fastest completion time ever OR maybe we need to go into more detail? Okay, to explain my conclusion, I need to go back to the origins of both protocols.
The cloud is a fact of life in 2019. From basic cloud collaboration tools to storage buckets on massive cloud platforms like Azure and AWS, most businesses perform thousands of cloud file transfers every day, whether they’re aware of it or not. For businesses and IT...
By now, you should know that controlling access to sensitive files, devices, tools, and network areas is of utmost importance in cybersecurity, but you should also know that it’s not enough to simply control how users access resources. It’s equally important to be able...
If you're using secure file transfer tools, chances are you're security conscious. Maybe you're working in a highly-regulated industry, or perhaps you don't want your company on the front page of the newspaper for getting hacked. Whatever the case, if you're securing...
Businesses archive their data for a lot of reasons, but what is the most critical use case for archiving? For security or for posterity?