JSCAPE Introduces Web-Based Dashboard with the Release of JSCAPE MFT Monitor 3.1

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JSCAPE has released an update to its JSCAPE MFT Monitor software. The update includes new features that improve visibility and reliability for clients.

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The new dashboard in MFT Monitor is a simple preview of the type of dashboards that our users can expect to see in our upcoming releases of MFT Gateway and MFT Server, providing users even greater visibility into their file transfer processes.

JSCAPE released the newest version of its file transfer monitoring software on October 9. The new JSCAPE MFT Monitor 3.1 now includes a web-based dashboard that enables clients to track memory and thread statistics over a pre-determined period of time. The dashboard provides a visual aspect to file transfer monitoring and auditing that makes data easier to track and analyze. The software is automatically updated for current users, but is also available to new customers.

JSCAPE MFT Monitor 3.1 makes accessing the web easier than ever before and gives users a high level of visibility into the process of file transferring.

“The new dashboard in MFT Monitor is a simple preview of the type of dashboards that our users can expect to see in our upcoming releases of MFT Gateway and MFT Server, providing users even greater visibility into their file transfer processes,” said Van Glass, Product Manager for JSCAPE.

JSCAPE MFT Monitor tracks the health and security of a client's file transfer services. This web-based software application ensures that file transfer services are reliable and secure. As outlined on the company's website, MFT Monitor can be used in a number of ways, including detecting and stopping rogue file transfers, detecting network security violations and scheduling automated tests of the network and performance monitors.

Protecting file transfer services form security threats has become an essential function of all monitoring software, especially in the midst of the numerous recent cyber attacks on companies and celebrities. The amount of international cybercrime grew an estimated 48% in 2014, while financial losses from security breaches rose by 34%, according to the Journal of Accountancy. With security breaches on the rise, businesses need to do all they can to not only protect their data both at rest and in motion, but also monitory their file transfer services for potential threats.

JSCAPE is proud to offer software that can combat the increased risk of cybercrime and help its clients put up their best defense against potential security breaches.

About JSCAPE

JSCAPE is a software company that enables customers with easy, reliable file transfer solutions. They have serviced a wide variety of clients, from both small startups to government agencies around the world. To learn more, visit jscape.com

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