By Robert Fox, VP Emerging Technologies, Liaison Technologies
Managed file transfer (MFT) is a longstanding, well-accepted way for organizations to share business files point to point, quickly, reliably and securely. And while it may have lost its newness and “coolness,” it’s no less effective. That said, MFT is becoming cool again as it morphs and expands to play a critical role in moving large sets of Big Data as well as traditional business files to, from and through clouds.
Click here to continue reading Robert Fox’s new article published on SandHill.com that demystifies MFT in the cloud by defining it—something the industry has yet to do—and delineating the requirements for cloud-based MFT along with suggestions for “nice to have” natural extensions. In this article, Robert also describes the challenges organizations are facing in moving large data sets to the cloud.