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  • How to Ensure Secure File Transfer in 2020? https://www.raysync.io/news/how-to-ensure-secure-file-transfer-in-2020 Secure file transfer is more important than ever. As the world becomes more dependent on data, sending and receiving files safely and efficiently is critical to business processes such as corporate security, team productivity, and even internal communications. Unfortunately, companies are often blocked by lax or non-existent sharing agreements. Furthermore, transfer methods below the standard limit the file size, limit the number of transfers and slow down the transfer speed of digital data. As a result, information security is often threatened, and inefficient work processes can paralyze the team. Fortunately, this is the digital age, so there is no shortage of solutions. Below, we will explore the different methods of sending files, their advantages and disadvantages, some best practices for file sharing, and the best tools and software to ensure not only fast data and information transmission, but also security. continue reading! Today's devices store large amounts of data. Data is usually enclosed in distinguished names and can include documents, media, and even entire software applications. It usually needs to move from one location to another. File sharing refers to the process of moving data from one device to another device or remote location, usually through a cloud-based system. In many cases, the recipient receives the file directly, while in other cases, any number of users with access to the cloud can retrieve the file. Types of File Sharing Services Cloud file sharing Through cloud-based file sharing, users can upload files to a central repository. Just like data centers, clouds are usually hosted by third-party providers. There, other users with access to the cloud can retrieve the file. For security, users can specify the privacy level and the type of permissions placed on the file. Share files via email E-mail clients also provide file sharing services, allowing you to send data over the Internet. You can quickly upload and attach files, provide an explanation of their contents, and keep records of transferred files. This is a great way to quickly send smaller files to multiple recipients. In addition, many cloud-based programs allow you to share files via linked locations, which you can copy and paste into emails. flash drive What if you need to share large files or sensitive data, but there are no network options available? As portable servers, storage devices such as USB flash drives and external hard drives prompt users to manually copy data from one device to another. They can share large files, eliminate cloud or network-based threats, and make users responsible for file transfers. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a primitive file sharing method, a set of rules for computers to exchange files with each other on networks such as the Internet. If you are surfing the Internet, FTP allows you to download files from a browser window. If you have a website, you can use FTP to upload or download files from that website’s server. On the other hand, companies can use FTP to share files from one computer system to another. Benefits of File Sharing No surprises here. The ability to securely share files allows companies to perform important business processes, such as teamwork, while also ensuring that files are restored and stored forever. Easy to use-most file sharing tools are very easy to use. Cloud systems, email clients and removable storage devices all allow users to quickly drag and drop files between their devices and storage systems. Collaborate anywhere-Cloud-based programs are particularly convenient for remote teams, because anyone with access to the system can upload and access files from anywhere via an Internet connection. Files can usually be shared publicly or privately, which expands the potential for collaboration. Auxiliary storage-Although removable devices are very suitable for small file storage, the cloud has become the main method of auxiliary storage for enterprises. In most cases, files are stored on remote servers, providing important backups for important files and documents. No need for additional hardware-File sharing via cloud technology saves you from having to purchase expensive additional hardware. You pay for the capacity and performance your business needs, while the provider bears the burden of maintaining the technology and hardware File Sharing is Not Without Errors Before choosing a file sharing solution for your business, you should know that sharing documents and data is not without inherent flaws and security risks. Email clients are notorious for their limited upload capabilities. The ability of removable storage devices to store massive files is similarly restricted. Worse, they can easily be misplaced. Then there is the issue of cloud-based sharing. For starters, data is usually taken outside of the corporate IT environment, and cloud providers may mishandle these data. But it is more likely that, especially on a multi-user platform, the information may be misused due to user error or carelessness. Once data is shared publicly, it is difficult to track. These notorious vulnerabilities show that data shared through the cloud is not without significant internal and external security risks. If you are considering a cloud-based file sharing platform, make sure not only to retain data ownership, but also to easily transfer or convert the data to other systems. This is not always the case. Moreover, many cloud storage services have bandwidth quotas. If your business exceeds this allocation, or only needs to increase its data limit, the additional costs will increase rapidly. In short, your business needs more space to store its data, and you have to pay more. Finally, FTP. Essentially, FTP is an insecure method of sharing data. Although SFTP (or Secure Shell File Transfer Protocol) mitigates the risks of FTP by encrypting data transmission, it is very complex and technically difficult to implement. Article From: https://www.raysync.io/news/how-to-ensure-secure-file-transfer-in-2020
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  • 5 Tips For Large File Transfer https://www.raysync.io/news/5-tips-for-large-file-transfer Whether you are a small organization, a small to medium (SMB) business, or a business, it doesn't matter: at some point, you may need to exchange large file transfers with trading partners, third-party vendors, or customers. If you don't know how to support large file transfers or lack of tools to execute files correctly, then this may be a stressful event, but it is not necessary. Now prepare by tracking the tips, tricks, and solutions that make the transfer of large files a breeze. We will help you get started. Here are five ways to simplify the transfer of large files: 1. Use file transfer solutions to ensure the delivery of large files If you use scripts, local solutions, or open-source FTP tools to send and retrieve files, using these solutions to handle large file transfers will be a headache and impossible. Scripts, local solutions, and free tools are great for small temporary file transfers, but large file transfers usually require solutions with more details (ie, solutions with features that support heavy file transfer workloads). The most secure file transfer solution on the market today supports automatic recovery and integrity checking of large file transfers. These features can reassure you that file transfers will not be interrupted by the network connection, on the contrary, they will pause and continue after the network problem is resolved. Even better, the file transfer process is checked at every step. Some solutions will even alert you when the file transfer is complete, or notify you when the file transfer fails, so if your trading partner does not receive the expected file delivery, you will not be caught off guard. 2. Set up high availability and scalability to support changing file transfer needs If you have not set up for high availability or scale expansion in your organization, you may need to initiate sending and retrieval of large file transfers. High availability enables organizations to obtain maximum real-time time even in the event of system failures or network problems. If file transfers are being processed when the system fails, the HA environment will ensure that all file transfers are rerouted to the rest of the system, so that business requirements can maintain a 100% operational rate. Scaling is also important. The scalable environment promotes load balancing. By adding multiple systems to the "cluster", file transfers will be evenly distributed across your network to avoid slowing down backup or processing time. The expansion also supports the growing business. By using scaling and load balancing, you can ensure that large file transfers (especially for enterprises) are of high quality, and files can be successfully delivered to locations that need to be executed successfully, regardless of the amount of file transfer you send. 3. Send large temporary file transfer via email Suppose you only need to send large file transfers occasionally. You may not want to introduce a whole new process in your environment-but don't be afraid. It works like this: Employees draft emails using a secure email module or Outlook plug-in. Then, you can attach a file of any size and immediately encrypt it to protect the sensitive data it contains. After the mail is sent, the recipient will receive an email with a unique link to the package. This allows them to download messages and files via a secure HTTPS connection for fast and secure delivery. For situations where security is particularly important, file transfers sent via secure email can be password protected (specify an expiration date), or a certain number of downloads can be allowed before the files are deleted. 4. Use secure collaboration tools to send large internal file transfers For organizations that need to exchange large files securely with internal users but want to avoid the costs associated with mainstream file-sharing products and lack of security controls, there are many options! Secure folder-access, add and modify large files anytime, anywhere The "secure folder" module allows employees to access files of any size at runtime. Using secure folders, organizations can create folders in the internal network, and authorized Web users can access these folders from almost anywhere. After adding a new file, the file will be quickly and securely transferred between the user's desktop and the organization's private network via a secure HTTPS connection. As long as users have a browser and Internet connection, they can add files, modify current data, and collaborate on projects. Whether it is from a car, airplane, or the other half of the world! 5. Protect and automate regular large file transfers When dealing with large file transfers, especially file transfers that need to be regularly sent to trading partners or other locations, it is best to use file transfer workflows to automate them. Workflow can simplify your process from start to finish, reassure you that modern encryption technology will be used to protect sent or retrieved files, and tracked through detailed audits and activity logs to reduce overall management time and deliver them successfully To the recipient. The Raysync large file transfer solution is dedicated 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 organizational authority management, Supports local deployment and cloud services, and provides enterprises with safe, stable, efficient and convenient large file interactive technical support and services. Article From: https://www.raysync.io/news/5-tips-for-large-file-transfer
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  • 15 Ways to Send Large Files Online https://www.raysync.io/news/15-ways-to-send-large-files-online Today, there are too many ways to share files and documents with anyone and across different platforms. However, most platforms allow limited file sizes to be transferred. For sharing large files, there are some special websites that you can use easily. Therefore, in this article, we have selected the 15 best websites to transfer large files online for free. Read on to learn more about each service and its interesting features. 1.Raysync cloud Raysync cloud is a perfect replacement for traditional file storage and transmission software. It uses Raysync Cloud Enterprise Cloud Disk to store and manage important personal or corporate data, easily realize the aggregation, storage, transmission, and standardized management of massive files, and realize effective knowledge Precipitation and safety protection. Pros  15-day free trial, 40GB free storage space  Fast upload and download speed  safe and stable Cons  Need to download the client to transfer 2. MailBigFile MailBigFile has an engaging step-by-step interface. You can send up to 2GB of data for free, but you can only share a limited number of files at a time. To deal with data size issues, you can use compression tools such as 7-Zip to convert multiple files into one file. In addition, the shared file will remain online for 10 days, and the recipient can download it before then. Pros  Step-by-step interface  2GB maximum file size limit  Unlimited bandwidth  No registration required Cons  Only 5 files can be shared at a time  Limited storage time 3. Filemail Filemail provides some reliable features, such as a maximum file size limit of 30GB, which can fully control the expiration time of the download link (within 7 days). You can also track how many times a file has been downloaded without creating an account on the website. Although there is no limit to how many recipients can be added, the Cons is that it does not provide encryption for files sent for free, so it is not a good choice for confidential files. Pros  The maximum file size is 30GB  Download management options  Download tracker  Unlimited recipients  No registration required Cons  Free version without encryption  Limited storage time 4. SendthisFile SendthisFile has no restrictions on the file size that can be shared with others. However, you will have to register for a free SendthisFile account to start sending large files. It uses end-to-end 128-bit AES encryption to ensure that your data is safe when shared online. Pros  Unlimited file size  Reliable end-to-end encryption Cons  Registration required  Limit on the total number of files that can be sent at one time  Limited file storage period 5. MediaFire This is actually a cloud storage service that focuses on making sharing uploading data easier. You will get a total of 10GB of space, which can be increased to 50GB by completing different offers. You will get a dedicated link to the file to share the file with others. There are no restrictions on downloads, and you can control whether people can still share file links. Pros  Up to 50 GB of cloud storage space  Full control of shared download links  There is no limit to the number of people who can download shared data Cons  This is a cloud storage service, not exactly a file sharing service  Registration required 6. WeTransfer WeTransfer is one of the simplest file sharing websites, and its free file sharing service is less restricted. You can send up to 2GB of data at a time, and there is no limit to the number of files shared at one time. Just enter the recipient's email address, your email address, and click "Transfer". The best part of this service is that you can share files without any account registration. To better understand the WeTransfer service, you can read our full review here. Pros  Easy to use  2GB maximum file size limit  Share unlimited files, no bandwidth limit  No registration required Cons  Limited storage time  No password protection 7. FileDropper Another easy-to-use large file-sharing website that will provide you with links to upload files that you can share anywhere. You can upload files up to 5GB for free, and there is no limit to the amount of file sharing. Uploaded files will expire after 30 days of not being downloaded. Pros  The maximum file size is 5GB  Easy to use  Unlimited downloads  If you don’t use the link, you can save for 30 days Cons  Registration is required to get permanent 2GB storage space  Does not provide a built-in method to send files to specific people 8. Jumbo mail JumboMail allows you to send files up to 2GB without registering an account. Invite your friends to use JumboMail to increase the 2GB limit to 5GB, but you must register for an account. The uploaded file will last 7 days before it expires. Unfortunately, JumboMail's free service does not provide much control, and you will have to upgrade to Pro to track downloads that require security features. Pros  The maximum file size is 5 GB  Easy to use Cons  Registration is required to increase the file size limit  Need to invite friends to get a larger size limit  No password protection 9. File to friends You can use "File Send to Friends" to send multiple files up to 1 GB. The number of files you can send is limited to 10, but you can send files for free without registering an account. Another Cons is that the file can only be shared with 5 recipients. Pros  1GB maximum file size  No registration required Cons  Only 10 files can be sent at a time  Allow 5 recipients  Files are only stored for 7 days 10. TeraShare It is a combination of a P2P file sharing system and cloud storage. When you start uploading the file, the recipient can start downloading the file without waiting for you to upload the file completely. You can share files with as many people as you like and share each other's bandwidth to speed up downloads. If the file is less than 10 GB, it will be stored in cloud storage and your recipient can download it at any time. TeraShare will ask you to download a mini-application to create a P2P connection. The sharing process takes place online via email. Pros  No limit on maximum file size  The recipient can start downloading the file immediately after starting the upload  Unlimited recipients  Free 10 GB cloud storage space for permanent file storage. Cons  Need you to download the app  If the file is not completely uploaded, the download speed is slow  A bit complicated to use 11. Transfernow You can transfer files larger than 3GB, and there is no limit to how many files you can upload. Although TransferNow does require you to create an account, the free account is very lenient, and it also provides options for password protection of files, obtaining download confirmation, adding contacts, editing, and uploading. You can also choose to share files as a guest, but the maximum file size is 2GB, and management functions are not available. Pros  The maximum file size is 3GB  Password protection  Track download  No limit on the total number of files and recipients Cons  Requires registration for 3GB limit and management functions  15 days of file storage time  You can only send files to 20 email addresses (but you can download from the link) 12. Email Large Files Large email files provide more control and allow you to expire download links, but the rest of the features are not that interesting. You can send 5 files per day, the maximum size is 200MB, and you can only specify 3 email addresses. You can password protect the file you send and choose when the link will expire; including 2, 7, and 15 days. Pros  Control link expiration  Password protect files  No account registration required Cons  File size limit is only 200MB  Only 5 files can be sent per day  Only send the file to 3 recipients 13. Sendspace You can use Sendspace to send files up to 300 MB, which will last 30 days before expiration. This will also limit the download speed, but there is no limit on how many files can be uploaded at once. If you need more security, you can also choose to add a password. Pros  30 days of file storage time  Password protected transfer  There is no limit to the total number of files sent Cons  Limit download speed  The maximum file size limit is only 300MB 14. pCloud Transfer This is a cloud storage service, but it also provides online large file sharing services. You can send 5GB files at a time, a total of 10 files can be sent. The great thing about pCloud Transfer is that it can password protect files through encryption so that no one can access it. Pros  The maximum file size is 5GB  Encrypt files with the personal password  No registration required Cons  Only 10 files can be shared at a time 15. Cloud Storage Service Almost all cloud storage services provide the ability to share files/folders with others; whether privately or publicly. Whether you use Google Drive or DropBox, cloud storage is very convenient, you can keep your files organized, you can access and share large files with others. Pros  You may already be using one  Less restriction  If the file is already in your cloud storage, there is no need to upload the file to other services Cons  It is not feasible to open a new account with a cloud storage service just to transfer files  Some advanced features may be missing, such as password protection and download tracking In conclusion In a world full of data, one must often share large files, especially if you belong to the media or entertainment industry. This is a summary of some of the best large file sharing services online. Although all the above services are free, the free version has its limitations. If you want to use more features, you can always check the paid versions of these services. According to your own needs, choose the
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  • What is Secure File Transfer? https://www.raysync.io/news/what-is-secure-file-transfer The transfer of sensitive and often proprietary files from one person or organization to another has become a complex aspect of today's business world. This complexity comes not only from the size and number of files that need to be shared but also from the need to protect them all the time from the sender to the receiver. Although there are excellent solutions for secure file transfers, many IT departments still rely on outdated options, including FTP, PC tools (usually installed by employees and not known by IT), or old scripts. These measures simply cannot solve the problem of improving overall efficiency, ensuring company data security, or demonstrating compliance with industry requirements for how to protect and exchange information. With this in mind, let's take a look at how secure file transfer works. Define secure file transfer At a higher level, secure file transfer is just one way to protect file movement. Through scripts, PC tools, or hosted file transfer solutions, secure file transfers can usually encrypt information during transfer and at rest, and create audit records of all file transfer activities, which is very suitable for production to show compliance with PCI DSS, GDPR, SOX, HIPAA, NIST, and other requirements. There are many types of solutions available for secure file transfer. However, if you are looking for a powerful secure file transfer platform that includes additional features such as automation, the ability to send large amounts of files, and user-to-user collaboration tools, then Managed File Transfer (MFT) is the best choice on the market. More MFT definitions Main functions of managed file transfer software Batch file transfer and temporary file sharing Static and dynamic file encryption Automation replaces error-prone manual activities Audit trail and PDF report prove compliance Secure collaboration tool for internal file exchange This sounds very appealing and has many benefits for ordinary organizations, right? So why did the IT team give up on implementing hosted file transfer software? Where is the Company Wrong? In today's organizations, there is a trade-off between security and convenience. According to a survey by HelpSystems in 2018, more than 65% of IT and security teams struggle to balance network security control and business efficiency, while 46% struggle with insufficient network security skills and staffing. Tools such as intuitive secure file transfer solutions can greatly meet the needs of enterprises for efficiency and security, especially in data encryption. But sometimes, the path of least resistance presents obvious risks while also tempting. When transferring files from outside to trading partners or customers, there may be a variety of malicious technologies at work in your organization. This decentralized approach makes it impossible to securely manage file transfers and protect data. The following are common methods for organizations to exchange files without a highly secure hosted file transfer solution: Developers usually create scripts to handle one-time file sharing requirements, such as reports that must be generated and sent to trading partners every week. However, when the server IP or login credentials change, management becomes very complicated, especially for time-critical resources. The password embedded in the script is also vulnerable to attack and abuse. Besides, the scripts are too simple, that is, if the scripts fail the first time, they cannot be retried. Likewise, they lack notification functions. Scripts are just patches to solve larger problems, making the centralized file-sharing method included in the hosted file transfer solution more effective. For decades, FTP was the de facto standard for sending files. However, it cannot see who is accessing the file, and it lacks the overall security features needed to protect the transfer of sensitive files. It also stores the user's credentials to log in in "clear text", making intrusions easy. PC tools and free software introduce one of the most common sources of data leakage: human error. Perhaps the file contains sensitive information that the user forgot to encrypt. Or the file is sent to the wrong person and cannot be called. Maybe someone manually transfers the file unexpectedly, and no one knows the steps to correctly send the file to the correct recipient. All these possibilities put sensitive data at risk. Likewise, insecure email and cloud services (such as Dropbox or Box) make it difficult to prevent sensitive information from leaving your organization. Features of secure or managed file transfer solutions You will find various features on the market today, but the following are the main considerations when choosing a secure or hosted file transfer solution: Ease of use: The easier the software is to navigate, the better the adoption for administrators and end-users. If the solution is puzzling, people will revert to old tools and habits, and your new purchase will become a shelf commodity. Ensure that administrators or other key users can easily set up and execute file transfer workflows. Also verify whether the solution can seamlessly interact with other systems, applications, and APIs. This will help centralize work. Does secure file transfer meet your requirements? Security and compliance: The product must be able to support the latest security protocols and algorithms so that you can consider all customers and trading partners. It needs to enable you to meet the details of any regulations that need to be resolved. It should have centralized control that can only be accessed by authorized administrators. This means that only one audit trail can show file activity, user activity, and all system changes. Error handling and peace of mind: a powerful secure file transfer system can highlight any abnormalities of the expected task, so they can be resolved quickly. This is the only way to protect the organization's relationship with customers and partners. As you know, secure file transfer is an efficient way to protect your company’s valuable and sensitive information while increasing employee productivity. When the above features are combined with automatic file transfer workflows and collaboration-enabled features, hosted file transfers are an excellent choice for meeting secure file transfer requirements. The Raysync large file transfer solution is dedicated 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 organizational authority management, Supports local deployment and cloud services, and provides enterprises with safe, stable, efficient and convenient large file interactive technical support and services. Article From: https://www.raysync.io/news/what-is-secure-file-transfer
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  • What are the Features of Fast File Transfer? https://www.raysync.io/news/what-are-the-features-of-fast-file-transfer Thinking of the need for file transfer every day, I will get annoyed. If there is the fastest file transfer software , it can save a lot of time. Then for this user’s needs, let’s introduce the Raysync file transfer software. See if the transmission speed is so fast, so fast that you can't believe it. How Can File Transfer Reflect Fast Features? First of all, of course, it can be fast when the file is large. If it is more than ten MB, there is no way to show it in terms of speed. On the contrary, if you want to intuitively see that the file transfer is fast, then it must be based on TB or Only a few hundred GB of files can be tested to get results. Secondly, in addition to the fast file transfer speed, the stability of file transfer is also a key factor. After all, the stability of file transfer in the past is related to the integrity of the file received by the recipient. Finally, the security of file transfer is also a very important factor, especially when it comes to sensitive files to avoid theft. If it is an insecure transfer, it is easy to be attacked. Of course, it needs to have better security. The industry also It will be special. In the end, the speed, stability, and security are high, which can be reflected in the Raysync file transfer software. Fast File Transfer Raysync's large file transfer speed is hundreds of times faster than FTP and HTTP, which maximizes the full bandwidth without affecting other network traffic. Adopt a new network transfer protocol, provide TB, PB-level super-large file accelerated transfer service, the transfer speed is a hundred times faster than FTP. Stable File Transfer In the transfer process of Raysync, in order to ensure the stability and integrity of data transfer, Raysync transfer uses mechanisms such as breakpoint retransfer, error retransfer, multiple file verification, and intelligent synchronization to ensure that the data is transmitted due to network failures, abnormal transfers, etc. When a situation occurs, data transfer can be effectively guaranteed, while reducing output time and reducing workload. Secure File Transfer In order to ensure the security of transfer data and prevent data leakage, cracking, monitoring, and other security issues, Raysync transfer strengthens internal data communication security management and control, adopts online banking-level AES-256 encryption technology, and uses SSL encrypted transfer during transfer to effectively ensure data security. At the same time, Raysync transfer uses access authority and OS authority settings to achieve more stringent access control. This is the Raysync fast file transfer software. If you want to know more about Raysycn file transfer software, you can visit our official website https://www.raysync.io. Article from: https://www.raysync.io/news/what-are-the-features-of-fast-file-transfer
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  • What is The Features of Transferring Large Files? https://www.raysync.io/news/what-is-the-features-of-transferring-large-files When sending large files, you can choose to use free file transfer solutions, but doing so may bring risks. Using managed file transfer (MFT) solutions is a reliable way to protect your data and ensure it reaches the desired location. However, an excellent file transfer tool generally has the following 19 functions and characteristics. 1. Guarantee file delivery Scripts, local solutions, or free and open-source FTP tools may be suitable for small ad hoc files but are generally not reliable for large files. Guaranteed file delivery ensures that large files have the bandwidth/support to carry the file transfer load. 2. Automatic recovery and integrity check When sending large files, even if there are any connection issues, automatic recovery and integrity checks can help ensure that the file is successfully sent. The MFT solution allows your files to always move around, and can even remind you when the file transfer is complete, or notify you when the file transfer fails, so you won't be caught off guard. 3. High availability With high availability, you can get the maximum real-time time required when the system fails or encounters network problems. High availability routes file transfers to the rest of the system to maintain business development. 4. Scaling ratio This helps promote load balancing. File transfers are evenly distributed across the cluster across the network to help avoid slow processing times or backup speeds. 5. Temporary email If you do not need to send large files regularly, you can ensure that occasionally large files are sent to trading partners or customers through a secure email module (such as GoAnywhere MFT's secure email). The secure e-mail module allows your employees to send files as secure "packages." Unlike "regular" email attachments, there are no size or file type restrictions. Employees only need to use the secure email module or Outlook plug-in to draft their emails. The file is encrypted to ensure safety, and the recipient will receive an email with a unique link to download the message via a secure HTTPS connection. You can choose to require a password to protect the file transfer, add a validity period, and lock the number of times the file can be downloaded. 6. Audit logs and reports MFT tracking and reporting have a built-in function of detailed auditing and reporting of all file transfer activities. You will find that the intended recipient before, should never be able to send the file. 7. Meet the requirements If your industry has data security compliance regulations that need to be complied with, the size of the files to be sent will vary, and the necessary audit logs and reports will be attached for review of privacy laws. 8. Secure encryption The powerful managed file transfer solution can encrypt static and dynamic file data to improve security. 9. Easy to use Why is it difficult to send large files to the organization? A single, user-friendly web browser dashboard enables authorized users to transfer large files anytime, anywhere. 10. Volume function If you have many large files, choose a solution with high visibility and scalability to ensure that it can handle the load. 11. High speed The transfer of large files sent through the UDP data channel can ensure that your files reach their destination quickly. 12. Cloud-based file sharing tool Tools such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and Microsoft OneDrive will undoubtedly make file sharing easy. However, most file-sharing tools will limit your storage space according to the plan. In addition, using these tools outside the organization can pose risks. Another option that provides similar cloud-based functionality is GoDrive, which is designed to help employees and partners collaborate. GoDrive allows version tracking, annotations, and more features to enhance organizational control and security. 13. FTP over SFTP or SSH The file transfer protocol uses a secure channel to prevent unauthorized access when files are moved. Secure SFTP or FTP over SSH such as user ID, password, and key authentication help ensure that only authorized users can access your files. 14. FTP over FTPS or SSL After using this protocol to verify the authenticity of the system, you can easily share those large files with trading partners, employees, and customers. 15. AS2 or AS4 This protocol is a common method for safely sharing EDI data of any file type. The messages sent with AS2 and AS4 can be compressed, signed, and encrypted to achieve secure sharing. 16. Security folder In today's work environment, no matter where employees work, you want to provide access to the files they need. Using secure folders, you can create folders for authorized web users to access from anywhere. As long as your users have a browser and Internet connection, you can quickly transfer large files through a secure HTTPS connection between the user and your private network. 17. Automation Human error can cause serious damage to large file transfers. Moreover, if you regularly send a large number of large files, you may waste time and resources if the process is not performed automatically. The powerful MFT solution provides a file transfer workflow to simplify end-to-end file transfer. You can determine the set date, time, monitor shared folders, and other triggers so that your employees have more time to deal with higher-level critical business tasks. 18. Batch file automation When automatically incorporating batch files into the process, you don’t have to worry about sending those batch files. The secure FTP automation software can process file transfers in batches (and can run multiple batches at once), thus saving the extra time required to manually process file transfers. 19. SaaS If your organization is not ready to implement hosted file transfers for large local files, SaaS is one way to ensure that these files reach their destination. Using this cloud-based software delivery method, you can access large file transfer applications via the Internet with minimal setup and the lowest cost. In addition, when the provider handles the maintenance and management of the solution, you can reduce the burden on the IT staff. Raysync transfer 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. Article from: https://www.raysync.io/news/what-is-the-features-of-transferring-large-files
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  • 8 Best Ways to Send Large Files For Free https://www.raysync.io/news/8-best-ways-to-send-large-files-for-free/ Being able to share files with others is one of the many benefits of modern technology. However, when these files are too large to share and transfer, things become much more complicated. We are here to tell you that there is an easy way to send and upload large files for free. In this article, we have compiled a list of free cloud storage services and provided tips on how to accelerate file transfer process. Compress files before sending Regardless of how you choose to send the file, shrinking it will only help in storage. File compression not only shrinks the content you want to send but also makes the transfer faster no matter which method you choose (email, FTP, or cloud storage). Most computers have built-in file compression utilities, so you can make a ZIP file with just a few clicks. This is how to do it. If you want to transfer music files or videos, it is recommended that you use RAR compression instead of ZIP, because it uses a better compression algorithm, which usually reduces data loss and file damage. We recommend using 7-Zip for this because this open-source file archiver is one of the best archivers currently available. Upload to cloud storage service The best way to transfer large files is to upload them to an online storage service, where the desired recipient can download them. Thanks to cloud computing, there are countless such services, so we have selected some of the best services for you. You can find a quick list of our current favorites below, all of which provide enough storage space, security, and sharing features. We will not describe in detail how to use each program but will provide a short description to help you find a service that suits your needs. 1. Google Drive Google Drive provides up to 15GB of free storage space and allows you to share large files, such as pictures and videos, with a few clicks. It even has backup and synchronization options, which are useful features. If you already have a Gmail account, you can't go beyond the simplicity of Drive, because Drive is built directly into the email service. You just need to click the Google Drive logo in the email compose window to "attach" the file to the email stored in your Drive account. After upgrading to the paid version of Cloud Drive, you can get 100GB of storage space ($2 per month), 200GB of storage space ($3 per month), or 2TB of storage space (ie 2,000GB) for a price of $10. There is also a 10TB option for $100 per month, and if you plan to share many large files, you can choose a larger package. Any user who pays for the upgrade will automatically upgrade to Google One (if available in their country of residence) and will receive a free 100GB upgrade, share up to six users, and get expert support from Google. Chromebook buyers can also get 100GB of storage for free for 12 months, so please use this as much as possible. 2. Dropbox In most cases, compared to Google Drive, Dropbox is another great cloud storage option with 2GB of free storage space and various sharing options. The basic feature set is roughly the same as Google Drive, but Dropbox also provides mobile apps for non-Android and iOS devices (such as Kindle Fire). You can expand your storage options in several exciting ways, but you can also use premium accounts. For $10 per month, you can get a Plus account with 2TB of space, while $17 per month provides you with 3TB of storage space and some advanced features, as well as advanced sharing controls, including the ability to set passwords and create expired links. 3. OneDrive Over the years, Microsoft's OneDrive service has undergone major upgrades and renovations, making it one of the more competitive solutions for storing files and folders online. With its shared folder system, you can share any content at any time, and click a button to stop sharing when finished. The free tier provides you with 5GB of free storage space, and a monthly fee of $2 can increase it to 100GB. If you are an Office 365 subscriber, you can also enjoy 1TB of OneDrive storage for free as part of the plan. 4. Box Compared with some of the other products in this section, Box's business is more biased. Although this does not mean that it lacks features suitable for individuals, to access its file and folder sharing features, you will need to purchase an enterprise account (at least at the Starter level), which requires at least three users. Each will cost about $5 a month. It also has free storage products and reasonably priced software packages. The files and folders shared through these accounts can be password protected, so this is a useful security feature, and Box is an excellent choice for those who care about data privacy and security. 5. MediaFire MediaFire provides a 10GB basic account, although users can get up to 50GB of free storage space in total, and have very simple sharing tools. However, the maximum upload size of the above plan is 10GB, but large files can still be uploaded without problems. You can also buy 1TB of storage space for $4 a month. 6. pCloud pCloud's file transfer service is excellent, especially suitable for large file transfers. The service does not have any restrictions on file size or file transfer speed, so you can move files at a speed that your Internet connection can handle, which is very useful for users with gigabit networks. The service also provides many additional features, including the ability to share download and upload links, and complete security, including five additional copies of files on different servers to ensure that the files are not lost. The service does provide a free trial version that can be used for short-term sharing, but you must make a one-time payment or subscription to unlock the service permanently. 7. Masv Masv is a file transfer service designed for large video files, graphic files, and other demanding transfers that creative professionals need to carry out. If you use files larger than 20GB, you need to research this service. Masv uses 160 servers around the world to increase the transmission speed as much as possible while still making it easy for all kinds of customers to understand. This is a valuable service, but with the option of paying on-demand, you can save even more. You can also start with a free 7-day trial period and provide 100GB of data for free. 8. Raysync Raysync file transfer accelerator can increase the speed of file transfer and reduce the delay and packet loss rate of the file transfer. The Raysync file transfer protocol is a high-efficiency transfer software specially developed for enterprises to completely replace the existing file transfer protocol FTP. It can realize high-speed file transfer based on the existing structure and uses the Raysync file transfer protocol FTP to accelerate Later, the file transfer protocol FTP transfer speed can be increased by 10-100 times The transfer speed is hundreds of times faster than that of FTP and HTTP, which maximizes the bandwidth without affecting other network traffic. Among them, the transfer of massive small files under the same network environment is 6000 times faster than FileZilla. Cross-regional and cross-border big data replication, migration, or archiving, at least 100TB of data can be transferred every day. 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  • 7 Email Alternatives to Send Large Files https://www.raysync.io/news/7-email-alternatives-to-send-large-files/ Sending large files via email has never been a practical solution because there are too many variables involved between the sender and the recipient. The attachment limit varies by a service provider (if using free services), but rarely exceeds 25Mb. For self-hosted mail servers, administrators must define mailbox size and attachment limits for each user as needed to ensure the smooth operation of the entire company. And will not slow down the user's broadband access speed. This configuration is directly related to the available server hardware resources (RAM, storage, etc.). Even with third-party solutions, this type of configuration is still necessary. Therefore, email is an ineffective solution for the transfer of large files. Its failures include but are not limited to: • The file is too large, and the sender or recipient's mailbox administrator settings do not allow the file. • Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) prohibits the transfer of large files (use data limit or fair use policy). Or the ISP restricts the connection to prevent timely transmission. Use a VPN to bypass any ISP restrictions; this is the only wise choice. • Email is an insecure option unless end-to-end encryption is available. Obviously, companies that process and transfer large files need other options, and your choice will depend on file size, required security requirements, and compliance goals (this is very important if you need an audit trail for file transfers). For example, film studios and related production companies process large video files. Conversely, other people in the science or engineering disciplines may share large data sets or CAD files. For other files, large file sizes may be suitable for backup or data retention requirements. Let's look at some alternative methods of allowing collaborative large file transfers. 1. Post and traditional logistics For some companies, using traditional snail mail or courier services is an option, but unfortunately, it is not as convenient as digital file transfer. Cost is also a factor. Although people generally believe that it is safe, security breaches may occur before and after delivery. Because some couriers see the term "fragile" as a challenge, certain removable media (such as optical discs and HDDs) are easily damaged during transportation. Yes, I have handled damaged goods in the past. This is not the only flaw of removable media. 2. Removable storage and media Avoiding heavy postal staff and couriers seems to be a good idea, and manually carrying removable media to customers and team members may eliminate some of the problems in this area. If your process allows this, and time is not a factor, some companies will use this method for offsite backup and emergency data transfer. However, removable media may be lost or stolen. In addition, when drives, memory sticks, and optical discs are discarded or recycled, data leakage may occur. How many items of removable media near you contain confidential or proprietary data? 3. Consumer-grade cloud storage Despite the security and compliance warnings from IT, many employees still insist on using consumer-grade cloud storage to store company data. This is very convenient, they see no harm in doing so. Preventing IP theft and creating audit trails (e-discovery litigation is increasing recently) are common business goals, but shadow IT (using unauthorized software or services) is still a problem. Cloud storage is useful when the files involved are too large to be sent via email. You can instead send a link to the location of the file in the cloud. Popular service providers include Google (Google Drive), Microsoft (OneDrive), and Dropbox. There are many others available, but let’s focus on the top three and choose a compliance standard (HIPAA-because this requires a formal relationship based on a business partner agreement (BAA). Remember, consumer-grade or free cloud Storage (regardless of the provider) means that the data is outside the firewall and controlled by THEIR administrators. Do you really need secure cloud storage under HIPAA or similar standards? Can you sacrifice security for the convenience of employees? And privacy? While resisting the urge to grind teeth and fall into chaos, it is worth pointing out that all three stores, scan, and classify user data, regardless of free or paid software packages. This is to display targeted advertisements, improve their own services (for example, Microsoft and Google’s AI), or detect IP theft... Your data will also be shared with unnamed third parties and subject to legal requirements (you may always Will not hear about orders due to gag). Your data cannot be private in such an environment because it is not encrypted after uploading to facilitate scanning (even used to generate thumbnails in Dropbox), and then encrypted again for storage. I recommend that you encrypt everything yourself before uploading. Live broadcast, no thumbnails, etc. Dropbox, Google Drive, and One Drive all claim to be HIPAA compliant, and paid/enterprise account holders can obtain BAA. However, as the HIPAA Guidelines point out, no software or file sharing system can claim full compliance due to configuration requirements and possible human error. See the steps required to make Google Drive compatible. At least Microsoft has put in more effort to provide a compliance center for multiple standards, including GDPR. The data collector, it is, Google Drive is to avoid more than others, considering the company’s lax attitude towards user privacy, compliance, and antitrust violations (fraud), which resulted in various fines in several countries. Who will trust their camera and microphone data from Google Nest cam? In summary, if you must use cloud storage services and value privacy, then please choose a service with file anonymity and end-to-end encryption. Before registering for a new service, please review all privacy policies. 4. File transfer service As the name suggests, the providers of these services can easily transfer files from your browser window. Likewise, there are many options, but FileMail is a software that meets multiple standards (only for Enterprise software packages) and encrypted transmission (for all software packages). Prices vary based on storage space and required features. If you have a storage option, you can send a link to a stored file, or you can simply send the file as an email attachment (provide the recipient and sender addresses in the browser window). Please note that to receive large files, the recipient must have at least one business account. This type of service is very convenient, but always requires review and selection of providers. Likewise, please check their privacy policies and understand the features required to achieve maximum business benefits. Audit tools, tracking, and encryption are obvious advantages for compliance. 5. FTP The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is familiar to most of us, and it allows authenticated users (using a username and password) to transfer files to internal or hosted servers. Security is very basic, and basic audits can be conducted with just a few tasks. Only suitable for tech-savvy users is a disadvantage. It is necessary to clear obsolete data, as is ongoing maintenance and user management, which is a bit of a waste of resources. 6. Secure FTP Like its predecessor, Secure FTP (SFTP) needs to be managed and maintained and can take up IT resources during file transfer. Processes and audit records can be defined, but they cannot be used by authenticated users who bypass these processes. Similarly, SFTP is not suitable for technical challenges, and non-technical users also need training. 7. Managed file transfer solutions The MFT (Managed File Transfer) solution is very secure, which is an obvious advantage. they are Usually considered complicated, but once configured correctly, it is ideal for protecting proprietary data and ensuring compliance with various standards. Usually need to grant permission for each user, and management is internal. The ability to define process-driven strategies and provide an accurate audit trail for all data transfers exceeds the potential cost. If you are concerned about potential compliance issues, why not investigate further? Yes-this is a call to action. There is a free trial version, so what do you have to lose? In short, if you must send large files, make sure to involve IT so that they can recommend authorized solutions. Don't use consumer-grade or free cloud storage. Managed solutions can eliminate potential compliance issues, protect data, and create a complete audit trail without the need for third-party involvement. Don't you agree? Article From: https://www.raysync.io/news/7-email-alternatives-to-send-large-files
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  • 7 File Transfer Protocols https://www.raysync.io/news/7-file-transfer-protocols Before you choose a secure file transfer solution, it is best to have a basic understanding of the protocols involved, which make file transfers safe and reliable. 1.FTP The FTP file transfer protocol has existed for decades and has been widely used in the past. TCP provides reliable data transfer through message sequence confirmation and message retransfer mechanisms; at the same time, various widely used operating systems (WINDOWS/LINUX/UNIX/MAC) have built-in TCP protocol stacks, and POSIX standards define the TCP Socket standard API interface, these factors have contributed to TCP's widespread success on a global scale. However, this transfer protocol, which was designed more than 20 years ago, has become increasingly unsuitable for the rapidly developing network environment and the requirements of new applications, especially when there are a certain packet loss and delay on the network transfer path. Transfer throughput declines sharply, and path bandwidth is often not used effectively, resulting in slow transfer speed, long transfer time, and poor transfer experience. 2.FTPS FTPS is an extension protocol that adds Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption protocol support to the commonly used file transfer protocol (FTP). FTPS is a secure file transfer protocol that allows you to communicate with trading partners, Clients and users transfer files securely. These transfers can be authenticated through methods supported by FTPS (such as client certificates, server certificates, and passwords). 3.SFTP In the computer field, it is designed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to provide secure file transfer capabilities through the expansion of SSH-2, but it can also be used by other protocols. Even though the IETF is in the network draft data stage, this protocol is described in the SSH-2 document, it can be used in many different applications, such as secure file transfer in Transport Layer Security (TLS) and transfer information management in virtual private network applications Program. This agreement is assumed to be executed in a secure channel, such as SSH, the server has authenticated the client, and the client user can use the agreement. Compared with the earlier SCP protocol that only allows file transfer, SFTP allows a wider range of operations on remote files ─ which is more like a remote file system protocol. A comparison of the capabilities of an SFTP client and SCP includes additional replies to interrupt transfers, directory listings, and remote file movement. 4.SCP The old protocol, SCP or Secure Copy Protocol, is a network protocol that supports file transfer between hosts on the network. It is similar to FTP, but SCP supports encryption and authentication functions. 5.HTTP & HTTPS As the backbone of the World Wide Web, HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) is the basis of data communication. It defines the message format of the communication between the web browser and the web server and defines how the web browser should respond to web requests. HTTP uses TCP (Transfer Control Protocol) as the underlying transfer and is a stateless protocol. This means that each command is executed independently, and the receiver does not retain session information. Https (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Security) is a secure version of HTTP in which communications are encrypted by TLS or SSL. 6.AS2, AS3, and AS4 AS2, AS3, and AS4 are popular protocols used to send and protect critical file transfers. AS2 is used to transmit sensitive data safely and reliably on the Internet. AS2 uses digital certificates and encryption standards to protect critical information transmitted between systems, networks, and locations. AS 2 messages can be compressed, signed, encrypted, and sent through a secure SSL tunnel. AS3 is a standard and can be used to transfer almost any file type. It provides a layer of security for data transfer through digital signature and data encryption. It was originally created to transfer data files, such as XML and EDI business-to-business data files. Unlike AS2, AS2 is a defined transfer protocol, and AS3 is a message standard that focuses on how to format a message when it is sent from the server to the server. Once the AS3 message is synthesized, it can be transmitted via any other protocol (FTP, SFTP, HTTPS, etc.). As long as both parties can access the location where the message has been placed. AS4 is an agreement that allows companies to exchange data securely with their partners. It is based on what was originally set up by AS2, but works with web services and provides improved delivery notifications. As a business-to-business standard, AS4 helps make file exchange on the Internet safe and simple. 7.PeSIT PeSIT protocol is an end-to-end file transfer protocol developed by the French Interbank Telecommunications System Economic Interest Group (GSIT). It is rarely used in North America and is mainly used to meet European banking standards and to transfer communications to and from European banks. Knowing these 7 file transfer protocols, you probably know how to choose a protocol to ensure the secure transfer of your files. 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  • What is File Sharing Software and How Does it Work? https://www.raysync.io/news/what-is-file-sharing-software-and-how-does-it-work File sharing software applications can send files of any size under a powerful data protection layer to anywhere in the world. Send and share an unlimited number of files at the speed of light. You can submit the portal and customize the portal with language, brand, storage, etc. You can select a storage point, such as file transfer software, hard disk, or cloud storage. How Does File Sharing Software Work? It uses a local area network or network to send and receive multiple files in the form of text documents, videos, and images. After sharing, people with permission can access these files and even download them. They can also use the software to share these files with others on the network. It is very suitable for business people to distribute and share project documents. It uses four systems for storage, transmission, and distribution, such as distributed peer-to-peer networks, manual sharing of removable media, hyperlinked documents residing online, and local servers on computer networks. It is also known as the Managed File Transfer (MFT) solution, which solves key file sharing issues related to data security, its control, and core operating procedures. Since it can be audited in compliance with regulations, organizations seeking secure transactions of files between remote data centers, trading partners, and cloud applications will find it very useful. Is it Worth Investing in File Sharing Software? Gone are the days when it was used to complete a paper-based file system to maintain official data. Now, even electronic money transfers are replacing check systems for reliability purposes. The current trend of "minimalists" does apply to file transfer systems within organizations. Digital files make it easy for users to access, edit, and send files from one person to another. Besides, the software also enables you to retrieve deleted files from backups and store them with a security layer just in case. If you can exchange all of these facilities for $200-300 per month, it is certainly worth the investment. Before choosing any file transfer software, you must better understand their types so that you can easily make a decision. You must understand the following four basic types of file sharing software applications: System local file sharing software: You can run this software directly from the computer's operating system. Used for local network file sharing. Besides, the list of transferable files involves ordinary documents, pages, photos, and videos. Client-server file sharing software: This type of file sharing software is used to transfer web pages, FTP sharing, and email. Data is stored in a central location, and people with permission can access them for use. Peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing software: Unlike previous file sharing software, this type of file sharing software does not rely on any centralized server, but uses computers in the network as node servers and enables them to be between them Transfer files directly. Cloud-based file sharing program: If you want to choose software with cloud functions, then this file transfer software is your ideal choice. You create a special folder, and then sync data to it, which can be accessed through a website or mobile phone. How to Choose the Best File Sharing Software? Some key requirements need to be met at least through file sharing software and shortlisted by the buyer. These basic requirements are as follows: 1. High-speed file transfer: Don't forget, speed is the main reason why we seek to replace traditional methods of file sharing. This is why if the software is not fast enough to transfer large files in less time, then the whole purpose of buying it is meaningless. 2. Ease of use: Ease of use is another major factor that determines how your employees or other users react. Fast file transfer software should also be a simple web-based system, anyone can easily use it without any additional training. Users should be able to easily access and share files without having to understand their complicated operating procedures. 3. Easy to deploy and manage: Your file sharing software should be very easy to deploy and manage. If you choose to use SaaS (software as a service) applications, you don't need to worry about the same situation. However, please make sure that the supplier is committed to the service aspect of SaaS. 4. Professional after-sales team: there is no guarantee that there will be no errors in any software. It is common for software to catch errors and failures. However, your supplier must have a dedicated team of managers that can complete the same work in minutes. They should provide world-class customer support to ensure your 24/7 availability. 5. Security: It is very important to understand your vendor's security practices for its software. As some high-profile security vulnerabilities have recently emerged, look for a vendor who is firmly committed to a security marking. Suppliers who follow in-depth security practices or consider security at all levels of the product should be your ideal choice. 6. Storage independence: The ideal file transfer software meets a range of storage options. You can choose an internal deployment or external deployment (cloud) storage option, which not only allows you to control assets but also protects assets from unnecessary security breaches. You can choose any option at any time, depending on the confidentiality level of the file at different stages of the content lifecycle. 7. Easy to customize: No two organizations may have the same use case, and the software should be able to meet the requirements through its easy-to-customize options. For example, you should be able to customize an unlimited number of browser-based portals for multiple clients, partners, and freelancers. 8. Worry-free report: Imagine a file transfer software that will enable you to view content flow analysis in real-time. Isn't that great? You can see which content has received the most attention and receive notifications every time you download. It can help you design your business strategy accordingly. 9. Supplier reputation: When choosing any software application, not only the application is important, but the reputation of the supplier is also very important. Just make sure that the supplier has some positive feedback on their kittens and the ratio of positive to negative comments is high. If possible, ask your social circle for advice, as this will help you make an easy decision. Raysync large file transfer software, high-speed transfer system, provides FTP transfer acceleration service, file synchronous transfer, enterprise-level large file transfer protocol, solves the problem of slow big data transfer, cross-border transfer, and transnational large file transfer, helping companies Improve transmission efficiency. Article From: https://www.raysync.io/news/what-is-file-sharing-software-and-how-does-it-work
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  • 5 Secure File Transfer Service https://www.raysync.io/news/5-secure-file-transfer-service Secure file transfer is information sharing via a new secure, reliable delivery method. It is employed to safeguard proprietary in addition to personal data inside transit with rest. Whether through e-mail, file transfer process (FTP), or by means of the Web, peer to peer is part of every business. The particular problem is that these methods are not really an easy task to manage. How do you know who sent what and when and who received it? How do you ensure that sensitive documents usually are sent securely and that they can be retrieved after the recipient finishes the sensitive record? Each day, companies in addition to other entities require to share documents within their businesses and between their particular larger external systems. Most dependable file sharing methods use regular protocols, including: SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) SFTP exchanges file with all the Secure Shell (SSH) connection – SFTP is usually an encrypted community protocol that could enable remote login to operate over a new network that is lacking in security. SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) is a secure file transfer protocol. It runs within the SSH protocol. This supports the total security and authentication functionality of SSH. SFTP offers the security of commands in addition to data. It likewise prevents passwords and sensitive information coming from open transmission above the network. SFTP also protects against password sniffing and man-in-the-middle attacks. That protects the integrity of the info using encryption in addition to cryptographic hash capabilities and authenticates the two the server and the user. SFTP has pretty much-replaced legacy FTP being a file transfer process and is quickly replacing FTP/S. This provides each of the functionality proposed by these methods, but more securely and more reliably, with easier settings. There is not any reason in order to use legacy protocols anymore. FTPS(File Transfer Protocol) FTPS gives encryption and makes use of an applied coating wrapper, known since Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to enable secure and exclusive communications across a new network. FTPS (also known as FTP-SSL, and FTP Secure) is an extension towards the commonly utilized File Transfer Protocol (FTP) that gives support for your Transport Layer Security (TLS) and, formerly, the particular Secure Sockets Level (SSL, which can be now prohibited by RFC7568) cryptographic protocols. FTPS uses a consumer ID and password, certificate, or the two to verify your connection. When hooking up to a buying and selling partner's FTPS server, your FTPS client will first verify whether or not the server's certification is trusted. A new certificate is signed if it is signed by simply a known document authority (CA) or if it is signed by your current partner in addition to a new copy of their public certificate inside the trusted crucial store Is considered a new trusted certificate. Your lover may also require you to provide a certificate when connecting to them. If your certificate is not signed with a third-party CA, your spouse may permit you to self-sign the certificate plus send their open public parts to all of them ahead of time to weight into their trustworthy key store. HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) Hypertext Transfer Process Secure (HTTPS) is surely an extension of typically the Hypertext Transfer Process (HTTP). It is employed for secure conversation more than a computer community and it is widely utilized on the Internet. In HTTPS, typically the communication protocol is usually encrypted using Transport Layer Security (TLS) or, formerly, Protected Sockets Layer (SSL). The protocol will be therefore also referenced to as HTTP over TLS, or HTTP over SSL. The main motivations with regard to HTTPS are authentication in the accessed site, and protection regarding the privacy in addition to integrity in the changed data whilst in transit. HTTPS secures web sites when users are providing sensitive details like credit card amounts or other individual information. The process offers multiple layers of data protection including data honesty, encryption, and authentication. It protects against man-in-the-middle attacks, and the bidirectional encryption of communications between a client and server protects typically the communications against eavesdropping and tampering. Used, this provides the reasonable assurance that one is contacting the intended site without interference coming from attackers. AS2 (Applicability Statement 2) AS2 (Applicability Statement 2) is a spec about how to transportation structured business-to-business information securely and dependably over the Web. Security is attained by using electronic certificates and security. AS2 is actually a regular used to transfer Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) messages along with other data in the current. The AS2 process facilitates the capacity to exchange AS2 EDI messages in addition to other types regarding data over the particular HTTP or HTTPS protocol. MTF (Managed file transfer) Managed file transfer (MFT) refers to an application or a service that manages typically the secure transfer regarding data from one personal computer to another via a network (e. g., the Internet). MFT software is marketed to corporate corporations as an option to using ad-hoc file transfer remedies, such as FTP, HTTP, and other people. Protect Your Files with Industry-Leading MFT Software Raysync Managed File Transfer is an enterprise-level file acceleration transmission management platform, which provides enterprises with efficient and controllable large file transmission, long-distance accelerated transmission, cross-border transmission, and cross-border transmission. It perfectly replaces FTP and realizes 100% efficient data transmission management for enterprises Operation. It’s quick to learn and simple to set up—see for yourself with a free trial! Article From:https://www.raysync.io/news/5-secure-file-transfer-service
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  • What is Raysync File Transfer Software? https://www.raysync.io/news/what-is-raysync-file-transfer-software With the explosive growth of unstructured data in the industry, the rapid and reliable transmission of large amounts of digital information around the world has gradually become the key to business success. The industries involved are diverse, including the creation, management, and entertainment content delivery of digital media and Genomic sequence data for scientific research. Enterprise teams need to collaborate across the globe for long-distance cooperation to distribute, share files, and exchange TB-level data files, which requires high-speed file transfer software around the word. Raysync's UDP optimized transmission technology is an innovative software that eliminates the fundamental shortcomings of traditional larger file transfer technologies such as FTP and HTTP based on TCP. Therefore, Raysync’s speed is hundreds of times faster than FTP/HTTP, saving transmission time, not limited by file size, transmission distance, or network conditions, including through satellite, wireless, and inherently long-distance and unreliable intercontinental links transmission. What Are Raysync Products? Raysync MFT Raysync transmission is an enterprise-level file acceleration transmission management platform, which provides enterprises with the efficient and controllable transmission of large files, long-distance accelerated transmission, cross-border transmission, and cross-border transmission. It perfectly replaces FTP and realizes enterprise data transmission management 100 % Efficient operation. SDK Application Integration Raysync SDK supports seamless integration in major application systems, and supports web applications, browser plug-ins, PC clients, mobile terminals, local systems, and data transmission and docking with the tripartite cloud platform to meet the needs of various integration scenarios. Proxy Acceleration It facilitates enterprises' systems to accelerate during transmission. Through the standard Proxy protocol, the original application system of each enterprise requires no redevelopment but can be integrated with high-speed transmission capacity, which saves development time and reduces labor costs. FTP Acceleration Raysync FTP acceleration is a product specially developed for enterprise users to replace the existing FTP software. It can transfer files at a high speed on the base of the existing structure. Raysync FTP improves transmission speed by 10 to 100 times. RaySSH Acceleration The RaySSH acceleration tool integrates functions of Raysync protocol and perfectly replaces tools of openSSH, including ssh/sshd/scp/rsync. It is an efficient transmission tool exclusively for Linux/ Unix systems. Final Words Although there are various of file transfer software and complete solutions, I believe that Raysync will be one of your best choices. Raysync provides independent, controllable, secure, and private multi-industry file transfer solutions, helps to accelerate large file transfer, and improve work efficiency. It's never been so easier to move files inside and outside your organization than with Raysync. Start your free trial now!
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  • Raysync Transmission – COVID-19 Business Support Project https://www.raysync.io/news/raysync-transmission-covid-19-business-support-project Event Period: 15th June - 15th July The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is causing a global health emergency, and a global economic slowdown. We know these are uncertain times for everyone. COVID-19 has brought about economic disruption on an unprecedented level worldwide. No matter in our life or work, we are facing unprecedented challenges. We want to you know you’re not alone in this storm. To fight with this worldwide crisis, we've rolled out a free project to offer you 3 months of Raysync Pro for free to help your business better respond to the challenges. As an enterprise-level large file transfer expert, Raysync Transmission is dedicated to providing professional, secure, and reliable large files transfer services for global large enterprises. Based on the self-developed UDP protocol, Raysync transfers your files of any size or format at maximum speed with minimal packet loss regardless of the network environment, hundreds of times faster than FTP, while ensuring secure and reliable delivery. Besides, relied on the banking standard TLS+AES-256 encryption, Raysync Transmission protects your data safe from all the potential threatens. Your files don’t need to take risks anymore. Raysync Pro is one of the pricing plan published by Raysync Transmission, with the bandwidth of 1000Mbps and unlimited download traffic, it’s never been so easier to transfer files quickly and securely inside and outside your organization. And the easy-to-use web-based user interface and the flexible group shared space make your remote work well organized. To join this program, you only need to fill in your basic information via the following apply button, our sales staff will contact you later via email to send you the free software installation package and the activation License valid for 3 months. Together, we fight the virus. Together, we’ll stay resilient and move forward.

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location: Dayton, United States
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member since: Jun 17, 2020
interests: Raysync provides large file transfer solutions with security, reliability, and efficiency. including large file transfer, SDK application integration, Proxy acceleration, FTP acceleration, and RaySSH acceleration. Raysync enables you to transfer files at maximum speed with minimal packet loss.
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