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MOVEit Central can easily automate tasks such as pushing and pulling files to/from FTP servers, manipulating/transforming file content and managing files for transfer, storage or deletion.
MOVEit File Transfer complies with regulations such as HIPAA, PCI and SOX. Files are protected in transit and at rest, with guaranteed delivery, encryption key management and single sign on.
MOVEit users can quickly, easily and securely send sensitive email messages and attachments via intuitive tools, including Outlook, web browsers and native apps for smartphones and tablets. Unlike popular consumer-grade solutions IT retains visibility and control.
MOVEit has a flexible architecture that delivers scalability, high availability and turnkey disaster recover, safeguarding your business’ 24/7 operations against embarrassing downtime and costly data loss.
Thousands of organisations in finance, retail, healthcare and other data-sensitive industries, use Ipswitch products to easily and securely transfer large files between employees, customers, partners and other third parties.
Ipswitch Analytics simplifies the audit process, by automating reports for policy compliance and managing workflow, transfer, security and audit activity all in one place.
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Our MOVEit certified engineers can operate as a local support service for you when things go wrong as well as delivering predefined services.
We provide 1st line support during UK business hours to our customers and we drive any tickets passed to Ipswitch through to completion.
Our tailored training courses ensure your administrators are optimising the software features and helpdesk teams can troubleshoot issues.
Have you just inherited a MOVEit solution and need assistance working out what you have, what it does and how to get the best out of it.
The new reporting and monitoring solution for MOVEit servers that ensures reliable, cost-effective and auditable file transfers, with an activity monitor accessible from any web browser or device.
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MOVEit File Transfer (DMZ)
MOVEit File Transfer supports the broad set of protocols to connect with any system or client.
Ipswitch MOVEit is an automated file transfer system to manage, view, and control all file transfer activity. You will always know where your files are with predictable and secure delivery, extensive reporting, and easy integration with existing systems.
- Transfer business files reliably and securely
- Automate file-based business workflows
- Enable employees to send files easily and securely
- Gain visibility and control over file transfer activity
- Confidently meet SLAs and compliance requirements
MOVEit Central is a simple, elegant, and systematic way to automate file transfer tasks.
With MOVEit Ad Hoc Transfer, employees have an alternative to web-based consumer services.
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Description of the MOVEit Transfer/DMZ Ad Hoc module which allows users to send emails containing links to files to download. The article includes information on configuration, as well as explaining how to send a package. Screenshots are included.
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Sometimes MOVEit Central doesn’t understand the information that is being returned to it from a directory listing. When this happens it is necessary to write a custom directory parsing script.
“Working with Pro2col from a vendors perspective have been great. Having been a successful Gold Level Ipswitch partner for a number of years, Pro2col have a great commercial and technical understanding of our products. This makes their consultative approach a smooth and easy process for their wide customer base which spans multiple verticals. As a Managed File Transfer specialist, you are in a safe pair of hands and they couldn’t come more highly recommended”Matt Scotney-Jones