bTrade has helped thousands of customers over the last twenty years meet the demand for MFT solutions that are easy-to-use, deploy and operate,” says Steve Zapata, President and CEO of bTrade.
Glendale, CA (PRWEB) June 18, 2014
bTrade, the industry leading compression and managed file transfer (MFT) provider, announced today that it has published a new white paper entitled “MFT vs. FTP: Gaining Control of Your Organization’s Data.” This whitepaper details the inherent limitations in transmitting data using FTP technology, and outlines the benefits associated with implementing an MFT solution. More and more organizations are adopting MFT solutions because they improve data security, minimize file transfer costs and help to meet governance, risk and compliance mandates.
“When planning for a managed file transfer deployment, your MFT investment should be tailored to your organization’s current needs, while understanding that systems will need to scale as your business evolves,” says Steve Zapata, bTrade’s President and CEO. “bTrade has helped thousands of customers over the last twenty years meet the demand for MFT solutions that are easy-to-use, deploy and operate, while also affording full governance, compliance, mitigated risk and transparency.”
To download the complete “MFT vs. FTP: Gaining Control of Your Organization’s Data”
Whitepaper click here.
bTrade develops managed file transfer technology solutions for enterprises that share sensitive data across applications and organizations, and face complex security and compliance mandates. Thousands of customers depend on bTrade solutions to gain control and oversight of the movement of critical corporate data to facilitate data growth, reduce security risk, and improve IT and business efficiency. bTrade was founded in 1990 and is led by eBusiness visionaries who have delivered industry-leading business integration solutions to thousands of enterprise customers worldwide. bTrade is privately held and profitable with its global headquarters located in Glendale, California USA.