Date & Time Logic for Transferring Log Files with MOVEit Automation
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Mar 23, 2022 |
Pro2col are delighted to have been awarded the HelpSystems Top Growth Partner Award for the fourth consecutive year. The annual award recognises the growth and achievements of top partners within the HelpSytems’ channel community.
Automated File Transfers With Conditional Logic Made Simple Here at Advanced Cyber Solutions, we like to share great discoveries and solutions on the basis that it might help others in pursuit of the same outcomes. So when we were challenged, this
Mar 9, 2022 |
Pro2col are turning 18! Pro2col were founded in 2004 by Managing Director James Lewis, who spotted a gap in the market for an independent consultancy to support businesses in choosing, implementing and maintaining the best MFT solution.
Do you send sensitive documents and files using regular email? Could you do more to protect those documents and files to ensure their confidentiality? These are just two of the more obvious questions which many an IT administrator and security
How to Achieve SWIFT CSP Mandatory Controls with Time to Spare Have you ever met an IT manager, administrator, CISO or compliance officer who had a lot of time on their hands? No, me neither. If they exist, then they are certainly a rare breed!
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It's fair to say that Monday's are not usually the favourite day of the week for most people. However, on this particular Monday we were able to help a customer with an operational problem which was really causing headaches. High off the endorphins
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5 Incredible SharePoint File Sharing Shortcomings to Avoid Having worked with file transfer and document automation solutions for a number of years; we have noted a number of common themes or trends which tend to rear their heads over and over again.
Free version of WhatsUp Gold now available Last week Progress announced the launch of a new edition of WhatsUp Gold was hitting the market. But this wasn't just a bulked up version of what had come before, with a broader feature set. This was a free
Five Things to Consider When Replacing an SFTP or FTP Server When it comes to old technology lurking around in your network, there is as good a chance as any other that an FTP or SFTP server is part, having been a staple of most IT teams for a very
How to Automate File Transfers with Azure using MOVEit For those of you who use MOVEit Automation to automate the transfer of files between different hosts, you will know that while there are a number of supported hosts from SFTP servers to Amazon
8 Things That You Didn't Know You Could Do With MOVEit With over eleven years' of technical experience with Progress MOVEit solutions, we quite often are asked about how the solution might be able to solve some of the requirements which are not
Jan 3, 2022 |
The old adage says that you should not attempt to reinvent the wheel, as it is both a waste of time and has been perfected already. Instead, it is common accepted that wherever there is an existing standard, one should use that.
It has to be said that Microsoft SharePoint is not everybody's cup-of-tea. But, with Microsoft dominating the office productivity landscape via it very popular Office 365 subscription service, it is probably the most common document library software
If you are reading this blog, chances are you are familiar with IBM's MFT (Managed File Transfer) solution Sterling. If you are not, Sterling is an acquisition which IBM made a number of years ago, taking with it a large swathe of international
Today, if you are not embracing the cloud then it would seem you are in a steadily declining minority. Cloud is the buzz term that refuses to die; and so instead we find ourselves in an age of migration toward the cloud or in a state of hybrid
For a protocol with nearly fifty years on the clock, FTP can sometimes be a lot more complicated than most would assume. In particular, there is often a strong misunderstanding of the differences between active and passive FTP sessions, which can
If you have worked with file transfer systems for any length of time, you might have heard of or even seen settings available which refer to AS2. Despite this protocol and its predecessor AS1 having existed since the 1990s, very few people know what