Many business processes involve file exchange. Bidding and proposal submission, legal documents, financial reports, data backup and restoration, supply chain integration, B2B collaboration, and multiple business transactions all require the movement of files. Although temporary file transfer can usually complete the work, there are actually some situations that require server-to-server file transfer. Server-to-server file transfer is the automatic movement of data or files from one machine to another. In other words, this file transfer involves very little human intervention. Therefore, compared to file transfers with more human involvement, server-to-server file transfers are generally faster, more effective, more accurate, and less error-prone. Server-to-server file transfers usually do not run on their own. Instead, it is usually implemented as part of a business process automation project. This requires system integration, where business, operations, or accounting systems are connected to a file transfer server. Since it is usually part of a business process automation project, the setup of a server-to-server file transfer system is usually more expensive than other file transfer implementations . However, once the system is up and running, significant reductions in working hours, human error, paper consumption, delivery time and several indirect costs can be realized immediately. So how do you know when to implement server-to-server file transfer? 1) Need to exchange data frequently There may be no better reason to implement server-to-server file transfers than the company with which you often exchange data. Once you consider all the previously mentioned benefits and combine it with the volume of transactions you have to make, you can easily prove that the investment in server-to-server file transfer is not just your board Also your trading partner. The advanced managed file transfer server has functions precisely constructed for such scenarios. For example, these servers allow you to add trading partners and then assign them automatic file transfer tasks . 2) Regular transactions Manual, temporary file transfer is suitable for spontaneous, non-repetitive file-sharing activities. But for transactions that need to be performed over and over again-say daily, weekly, or monthly-then automating events is definitely a good idea. Automation can ensure that transaction documents and other time-sensitive deliverables are always delivered on time. This can be done by using triggers that automatically prompt the server to perform file transfers based on a preset schedule. 3) Transactions require higher speed, accuracy, and efficiency Transactions involving business-critical data need to be conducted in a timely, effective, and highly accurate manner. Therefore, these types of transactions are not suitable for temporary file transfers, which are vulnerable to negligence, data entry errors, or even exposure to fraud. Computer-to-computer file transfer is more appropriate, and such risks are less likely to occur. 4) Require EDI In order to avoid being overwhelmed by large amounts of daily data, many large companies dealing with multiple trading partners are forced to implement business process automation programs such as EDI , which rely heavily on server-to-server exchanges. Then, these companies require their trading partners to implement a compatible EDI system before trading with them. Therefore, if you need to trade with large trading partners with such requirements, you may have no choice but to implement server-to-server file transfers. Usually, some of the transaction documents transmitted through EDI include purchase orders, invoices, advance shipping notices , bills of lading, and student transcripts. 5) Big company needs Similarly, if you are a large company and have more and more trading partners, it is a good idea to implement an EDI system and require your trading partners to adopt it. In this way, you can more easily manage the various transactions that may occur. 6) Industry needs Some industries are regulated by laws that require safe, standardized electronic transactions. For example, the HIPAA of the healthcare industry requires underwriting entities engaged in electronic transactions to comply with EDI rules and security rules. These rules basically encourage the use of EDI and require those who implement secure file transfer standards. Hosted file transfer servers that support server-to-server file transfers already have many built-in security features that enable them to promote regulatory compliance.
Point to point transfer means the file transfer can be realized between client and client rather than transferring to the server. For example, if user A is online, the other users can transfer data directly to user A if they have the ID and key of user A. The complex 3 steps are simplified to 1 step. This article will make a detailed introduction of the point-to-point transfer and its transfer status. 1. Application of point-to-point transfer-> Sending files via point-to-point transfer 1) Click the Point to Point Transfer in the navigation bar on the left, and then you will enter the point to point transfer list. 2) Click Start to transfer, one record in the direct transfer file list is one task number, and if multiple records are displayed, it will be regarded as multiple tasks. Note: The data receiver needs to enable Allow to receive transfer files from partners on the web page. 3) Click Add files, select the files or folders to share with your partner, and then enter the ID and key of your partner. 4) Click Start to transfer after selecting. 5) After the task is successfully created, the transfer list will be displayed on both the web page and the client. *Transfer list 2. Transfer Status Task stop status instruction
File transfer is the core of business operations. The company regularly exchanges data internally with customers, suppliers, and partners every day. Whether they need to transfer batch transactions to an outsourced payroll provider or need to send digital video for marketing activities, they must be able to transfer data safely and efficiently. Organizations continue to rely on file transfers to share digital information. More than 50% of all system integration is done through file transfer. "From banking and financial services to defense and manufacturing, the transfer of critical business data is crucial," Todd Margo said in his IBM-managed file transfer blog. "For the business to run smoothly, it is necessary to move, copy, synchronize, and share the ever-emerging and developing digital data forms packaged in the form of files." He went on to describe some of the factors that affect today's file transfer requirements: Data volume: Compared with the past, the workload requirements for file transfer are high-frequency batch processing and larger and more diverse files. Innovative applications for streaming are also needed. Big data and the Internet of Things: Companies are deploying file transfer technology to enable batch transaction file exchange in areas such as the Internet of Things and big data analysis. This can greatly increase the data transmission speed. Besides, the amount of data is increasing to support more detailed analysis. The two punches of speed and file volume pose special challenges to file transfer technology. Security: Network security issues continue to intensify, leading to the adoption of better security technologies. When possible, the file transfer system should compensate for the security overhead by supporting hardware accelerators, new security processing software, and improved file transfer throughput. According to the analyst report: "Non-compliance with data security and privacy regulations and lack of end-to-end visibility and monitoring are still the main issues facing the functionality of existing file transfer solutions." The report further added: Cloud-enabled, via API Simplified integration, and improvement of user experience are the subject of development. SFTP FTP and Secure FTP are the most widely used file transfer methods. Part of the appeal is that they are easy to use, usually free or cheap. The transfer is usually done through an FTP website that most people can access. If the organization occasionally needs to send non-sensitive documents, this technique works well, but if it is widely used, it may put them at risk. Recent studies have shown that more than 400 million files from FTP servers are available online. When exposing files, FTP does not log security violations or verify user identity-this is a basic function needed to help detect and prevent vulnerabilities or cyber threats. The technology also sends files on a first-come, first-served basis. Therefore, organizations cannot determine the priority of critical transmissions or quickly respond to business needs. To overcome the hidden costs and risks of FTP, more and more companies choose secure and scalable file transfer software.
With the digital transformation of enterprises, enterprises are conducting more and more frequent internal and external data exchanges. The importance of data security is self-evident. However, the use of mobile hard drives, FTP, corporate network disks, and other methods to transfer files will face file data. Unable to be supervised, insufficient scalability, high cost, etc. Raysync large file transfer solution strengthens the security of enterprise core data from six aspects: web security design, transmission security design, behavior audit, account & password protection security design, software installation & operation security design, and encryption certificate life cycle management. The user plane Web Portal and the management plane Web Portal support access IP address isolation and port isolation. The administrator can disable the user plane Web Portal or the management plane Web Portal as needed. The session identifier during login is generated using the OpenSSL high-strength random function RAND_bytes interface to prevent random information from being hit by the simulator. The user password is encrypted by an asymmetric high-strength encryption algorithm during transmission. Even if the transmission message is intercepted, the attacker cannot recover the plaintext through the ciphertext. The Raysync transmission client and the Raysync transmission server use TLS 1.3 for end-to-end encryption to prevent network man-in-the-middle attacks. Low-privileged users can be used to run the Raysync server to reduce the risk of security vulnerabilities during system operation. The Raysync server completely records complete behavior logs such as user login, logout, upload, download, password modification, sharing a link, etc. The administrator can regularly audit user behavior information. The transfer server only supports encryption certificates issued by official root certificate service providers to prevent self-signed low-strength encryption certificates from becoming system vulnerabilities. For companies suffering from slow file transfers and the risk of file transfer leakage, choosing Raysync transfer can not only transfer files efficiently and conveniently but also ensure data security and greatly improve corporate efficiency.
File encryption software is a free or paid tool that can encode your information so that it remains safe when it is on the move when it is at rest or both. Protecting sensitive data is essential for any organization, and file encryption software is heavy work. File encryption software uses one of several complex algorithms to scramble the contents of your files, making them unusable and unreadable until they are decrypted using the appropriate key provided by the sender. There are three main parts that determine the security of the encryption method: the appropriate degree of the encryption system used for the data to be sent, the strength and complexity of the scrambling algorithm, and the key length. The length of the public-private key is 128 and 256 bits, while the public key is 2048 bits. Why do organizations need to encrypt files? The data is encrypted to prevent unauthorized parties from accessing information they shouldn’t. Obviously, financial conglomerates and healthcare organizations that deal with sensitive banking or private healthcare information separately should protect the data transmitted through their systems, while companies in various industries encrypt mobile and static data. Encryption is only part of the puzzle, but companies can get multiple benefits by using file encryption software: Better data protection. File encryption software should not be the only security measure on your network security roster, but it can add other layers of your existing data protection to other layers, such as secure networks, connections, employee training, and business practices. Send safely. An effective file encryption software solution helps to ensure that the files on any device are protected during the entire operation, whether they are stationary or in motion. Interceptions. Although data theft is the most famous type of destruction, interception and tampering are another threat that file encryption can defend against. Bonus: The best file encryption software will confirm that your data has not changed. Follow compliance guidelines. Many regulations include file encryption expectations, and file encryption software can help you meet that expectation. Why should I use file encryption software? File encryption, compliance, and network security: triple threats. For good reasons, compliance with regulations and requirements is increasingly dependent on encryption. Better encryption software and data security measures can avoid some of the biggest data leaks and fines this year. Well-known regulations including PCI DSS, GDPR, and HIPAA all emphasize that encryption is a key technical strategy to ensure data security. Almost everything related to compliance can be linked to network security. Compliance requirements usually outline the minimum conditions considered the safe-a blueprint for compliance that an organization can follow to achieve a strong cybersecurity stance. Prevent data leakage: develop the right data encryption strategy By encrypting information in mobile and stationary states, you are taking a critical step towards improving network security. The recent encryption failures and fines-in some cases even new guidelines have been proposed-are led by small businesses and large multinational conglomerates. Security Researcher Violation When security researchers discovered insecure Amazon S3 buckets containing personal data of nearly 3 million users, the Berlin-based app TVSmiles was compromised. This violation made Germany lean towards new personal data protection guidelines and showed that even relatively small databases can contain massive amounts of data-all of which are mature if they are not protected. Bad results in healthcare Hospitals, clinics, and public health organizations collect and store large amounts of very sensitive personal data, which makes them the main targets of hacker attempts. Two recent events include: A U.S. health insurance company was hit by the second-largest HIPAA violation penalty for violating safety regulations. After investigation, the Office of Civil Rights determined that the company had “failed to implement sufficient hardware, software, and procedural mechanisms to record and analyze information system-related activities.” Human error led to data breaches, and Public Health Wales posted more than 18,000 online Personal information of a Covid-positive Welsh resident and kept it for 18 hours. Unrest due to data breach EasyJet confirmed in the spring of 2020 that the personal data of 9 million customers had been leaked. They also revealed that customer data is not the main target-just an unlocked space leading to Crown Jewelry. Although the reason for the EasyJet data breach has not been disclosed, it is clear that their network security is lacking in key areas. Takeaway How can file encryption software help? By ensuring that the data you are transmitting or storing is safe and only accessible by parties with the appropriate decryption key. In some of the above cases, file encryption software will be an additional layer of security to prevent data leakage and meet the software requirements outlined in requirements such as HIPAA and GDPR. The best file encryption software The best file encryption software for your organization depends on your unique requirements. However, during the search, please keep the following in mind: What requirements or regulations does your organization comply with? Do these stipulate certain standards that you must meet? If your data is public, what are the risks? How sensitive is it? Some personal data protection requires a distinction between low-risk data and high-risk data. If your data is leaked, it may adversely affect the fine. Does your trading partner rely on a specific encryption standard or format? If you choose the same method, will it speed up or simplify file transfers? Are you exchanging large files or large amounts of data? Some file encryption software will have automation features that can speed up your process , and some software options can handle large files better than others. A flexible, jack-of-all-trades software solution is Managed File Transfer , which can encrypt and automate all file transfers. Most MFT solutions will encrypt files on the move and encrypt them with the encryption standard of your choice, including leading technologies such as Open PGP, AES, SSL, and SSH. Raysync solution is committed to meeting the data transfer needs of enterprises or external partners, providing efficient and controllable accelerated transfer of large files, ultra-long distance, transnational network data transfer, safe distribution of file assets, file management and organization Permission management, support local deployment and cloud services, and provide enterprises with safe, stable, efficient and convenient large file interactive technical support and services.
As an enterprise-level tool-based software for accelerating large file transfer, Raysync not only performs well in file transfer acceleration, but also makes great efforts in file transfer management, especially in the aspects of file transfer control, security, convenience and ease of use. The large file transfer solution provided by Raysync can meet the following requirements: 1. All the platform materials of the enterprise can be collected in one place, and the documents can be searched and accessed quickly; 2. Multi-mode transmission, supporting point-to-point, multi-point mutual transmission, data cloud transmission, one-to-many data distribution and other modes; 3. Raysync supports document intelligent synchronization, realizes automatic archiving operation, and reduces the time consumption of archiving and search; 4. Raysync supports point-to-point transmission, end-to-end transmission between users directly, and file transmission is completed in one step, saving time and space! 5. Global security monitoring and management, real-time monitoring of online transmission logs, and visual, controllable and traceable core business data; 6. Support local storage and three-party cloud object storage, with its own configuration and flexible switching; The technical research of Raysync on file transfer management service answers the problem that large file transfer software can solve: how to use all functions of enterprise content management solution without changing the IT infrastructure of the enterprise itself. As a one-stop solution provider for large file transmission, Raysync has provided high-performance, safe and stable large file transmission and transmission management services for 2W+ enterprises in IT, finance, film and television, biological genes, manufacturing and many other fields.
In recent years, it has become increasingly common for private information or confidential documents of individuals or enterprise groups to be infringed, even stealing enterprise or personal information for personal gain. With the promotion of Network Security Law, data compliance has become the focus. People's awareness of data security is increasing, and file storage and file transmission technologies are also developing towards standardization, standardization, and compliance. Standardization of data transmission will be a major trend in the data industry in the future. Raysync fully responds to the call of national data transmission compliance and improves the security of file transmission from the aspects of Web security office design, account & password protection security design, transmission security design, software installation & operation security design, behavior audit, encryption certificate life cycle management, etc., providing users with a high-speed, safe and convenient file transmission acceleration platform. Account protection security design: Login authentication has a built-in anti-violence cracking mechanism, and the user enters the wrong password five times in a row within 3 minutes, and the account will be automatically locked; Session identification in login is generated by using the interface of OpenSSL high-strength random function RAND_bytes to prevent random information from being hit by the simulator. WEB security design: User-side Web Portal and management-side Web Portal support access IP address isolation and port isolation; The administrator can disable the user plane Web Portal or the management plane web portal as required. Support HTTP and HTTPS, the administrator can disable HTTP and only provide Https service; The Web page of Raysync login, the effective range of session is only valid for the current access page, completely eliminating CSRF cross-site attack; Before each version is released, Huawei Cloud Online Professional Web Vulnerability Scanning Service is used to scan vulnerabilities and repair the latest released vulnerabilities in time; Https TLS only opens the encryption algorithm suite recognized as safe in the industry. Transfer security design: In the transmission process, Raysync is protected by Hash verification at the transmission message level, file block, and the whole file to ensure the integrity of the transmission content; TLS 1.3 is used for end-to-end encryption between the Raysync client and the Raysync server to prevent man-in-the-middle attacks on the network. Raysync only needs to expose one port to the outside, which can satisfy all users' access and greatly reduce the exposure risk of firewall ports. At present, 2W+ enterprises are using the file transfer solution provided by Raysync.
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