File transfer between internal and external networks and multinational organizations is a major problem faced by enterprises in their business development. As we all know, the transfer of large files is very challenging. Some common problems related to the transfer of large files include the following. Time limit When performing digital file transfer, it needs to be completed within a specified time. Failure to do so will result in loss of transferred files. Lack of visibility When users find it difficult to view what happened to their files, the error rate increases. These inefficiencies and delays are more costly than simple errors, because they may hinder the development of business and destroy the achievement of key business at the same time. Both of these situations are not conducive to income generation and enterprise development. Restricted file type The software used by many companies is industry-specific. Sadly, this particularity puts them in the category of restricted file types for file transfers. System compatibility Whether large file transfer software can support a large number of devices from different partners and customers with different functions is onerous and complicated. Generally speaking, most companies do not have the ability to effectively support such large-scale file transfers. Dissatisfaction, poor user experience and data loss are just some of the problems. Data security and compliance Data security and compliance are challenges that arise when using temporary file transfer methods. Due to the inadequacy of these file transfer methods, companies find it difficult to maintain the visibility, security, and control they need. The result is a data breach and huge fines paid to regulators. File size limit One of the challenges of file transfer is the size limit, because some software uploads or shares have file size limits. Even after compression, etc., many large files cannot meet this limitation. Integration with existing solutions Infrastructure components are the key to some companies' integrated ways of managing file transfers. Problems that want to adapt to new protocols, technologies, and business processes may hinder this integration. It even makes file transfers less secure, non-compliant operations, and files out of control. High cost The cost of a large file transfer platform can be high. Email is the preferred medium for many marketers, but it is difficult to find an email program that can accommodate large file transfers. This is why reputable large file transfer software is an inevitable choice for many companies. Finally, in order to contain these problems, Shenzhen Yunyu Technology has been deeply involved in the field of large file transmission for many years, independently developed the Raysync transmission protocol and created the large file transmission-Raysync transmission platform. The Raysync transmission platform can help companies efficiently send and easily manage large files. The platform is easy to use and can be directly integrated with the company's existing systems. All users only need to create an account to complete large file upload, download, and synchronization sharing. For more large file transfer issues, please visit the official Raysync transfer website or consult the Raysync transfer professional technical team.
Since the advent of the digital age, companies have begun to realize the importance of accessing more data. The more information available, the better for the organization. Data has always been and will continue to be the king. Correct data entry can provide more information about the challenge and help build better solutions. Companies are gradually realizing that obtaining more data through third-party partnerships can help create better growth opportunities. However, for sharing data between companies, three important factors must be kept in mind: 1.Data sharing must be mutually beneficial to both organizations 2.The benefits of data sharing must outweigh the risks 3.Trust in data sharing remains fuzzy Although this is a no-brain company willing to share data, only if it is mutually beneficial, what people need to take care of, how safe is the transaction? Without proper security measures, data sharing between companies may be at risk. In a centralized data sharing model, this risk increases exponentially as data owners lose control of their valuable assets. Without proper security controls, ensuring compliance is definitely a problem. In order to solve these unique problems in data sharing, companies have to consider newer technologies for data sharing to avoid unauthorized access. Companies interested in adopting modern file sharing and collaboration solutions usually consider two options. The first choice is to stick to the end. Company safety is the most important issue. By making it difficult and time-consuming to share information, this option affects the level of collaboration an organization can perform, thereby minimizing productivity. The second option is to choose to move forward at full speed because the company encourages the sharing of information and promotes collaboration. This strategy allows employees to easily collaborate inside and outside the organization, thereby increasing productivity and revenue. The danger of this choice is that it greatly increases the possibility of loss of sensitive data while also failing to comply with global data protection regulations. However, there is a third option, which neither hinders data loss prevention efforts, but also allows as much collaboration as possible. This choice is called secure data collaboration, and it is becoming an information security strategy in our modern era. What is Secure Data Collaboration? Secure Data Collaboration is sharing data securely and efficiently between two parties. The BAE system has a good definition: secure data collaboration and dissemination is an electronic information sharing capability, in which two or more parties can safely exchange data with each other in an encrypted software environment—for example, for project collaboration or dissemination Sensitive information-while always maintaining control of its data. The key here is that SDC is not "encrypting the data itself", nor is it "preventing collaboration." SDC exchanges data securely in an environment that is already secure and globally adopted . Before every organization in the world accelerates its migration to the cloud in 2020, one might argue that these environments are not that easy to access; how many Global 2000 organizations worldwide deploy and use OneDrive? Fast forward to 2021. In the past year, M365 has been adopted faster than anyone expected. As a result, most organizations have access to these secure cloud containers and are now ready to become modern collaborators. It is in the process of transition to modern collaboration that SDC will overturn traditional information security solutions. The following are three main reasons: Traditional information security solutions are based on the precautionary assumption: locking data or preventing data from leaving the organization is disabling collaboration, not enabling collaboration. This attitude does not apply to modern collaborators who want to increase productivity and provide services to customers. However, SDC is based on the assumption that the organization wants to use three shared data RD parties; they need to help manage access control to secure containers . Secure data collaboration is built from the cloud to the cloud: Information Rights Management and Data Loss Prevention were originally built to support traditional enterprises, mainly operating locally. Modern collaboration requires security solutions built specifically for the cloud from the cloud. Collaboration is constantly changing, and on-premises solutions are not adaptable. SDC needs a solution that assumes changes. Productivity is always more important than security: this has been an ongoing debate since the advent of information security; however, last year it has been proven that organizations will ensure that their employees remain productive at all costs. We believe that those organizations that need to spend another five years to "go digital" will do it within a few weeks, and accepting security controls will play a certain role in catching up. Traditional information security solutions that continue to set barriers to productivity will no longer solve the problem. SDC is focused on truly achieving this balance for its users. Many organizations are struggling to share data internally across departments and externally with partners, suppliers, suppliers, and customers. They use manual methods, such as sending spreadsheets via email or performing batch processes that require extracting, copying, moving, and reloading data. These methods are notorious for lack of stability and security, and most importantly, when the data is ready for consumption, it is often out of date. Secure data sharing is a feature of the Raysync data cloud, which enables organizations to share supervised real-time data without the need to make copies and move data. If you want to know how Raysync provides modern solutions to protect your company data while supporting employee collaboration, please contact us to arrange a demo. The Raysync team will write more articles on secure data collaboration in the coming weeks, and we are happy to share more progress on this topic.
There was a time when everyone was used to working in an office or at home-basically in one place. However, with the advent of smartphones, laptops, tablets, and other smart devices, the workplace has transcended boundaries. The only thing that can prevent you from working from almost anywhere now is the inability to access work data. File synchronization is a technology designed to solve this problem by accessing data across multiple systems and platforms. File synchronization refers to the process of updating data files across multiple devices in real-time. More than one person can work on the same file or project in different locations, even if they are miles apart. There are two types of file synchronization processes: one-way and two-way file synchronization. In one-way file synchronization, data files are updated from a single source to multiple target locations and platforms. But no data is stored back to the source. In two-way file synchronization, various locations and platforms work together, and two-way communication is established between each pair in the system. Most people confuse file synchronization and backup, but the two are completely different processes. One of them cannot replace the other, and in most cases, you need to rely on both of them. In file synchronization, the same data is updated across multiple locations and platforms. It allows the team to work on one project without having to be in one place. The concept behind this is that every time a file is saved on a device, it will be uploaded to the server online. Then the system connected to the network constantly checks for file updates and downloads files when newer versions are available. On the other hand, backup is primarily a way for companies to protect data by copying information from one location to another. For example, you can copy the contents of a laptop to an external drive. The backup data will not be accessed by anyone for any collaborative work but is kept in one place so that it can be used to restore the system in the event of any crash. Backup is only to protect data assets and ensure business continuity without any major troubles. File synchronization is indeed the gospel of working on multiple devices at the same time. People can use file synchronization to collaborate completely flexibly without relying on the inconvenient back and forth e-mails. File synchronization and file backup: what is the difference? Most people confuse file synchronization and backup, but the two are completely different processes. One of them cannot replace the other, and in most cases, you need to rely on both of them. In file synchronization, the same data is updated across multiple locations and platforms. It allows the team to work on one project without having to be in one place. The concept behind this is that every time a file is saved on a device, it will be uploaded to the server online. Then the system connected to the network constantly checks for file updates and downloads files when newer versions are available. On the other hand, backup is primarily a way for companies to protect data by copying information from one location to another. For example, you can copy the contents of a laptop to an external drive. The backup data will not be accessed by anyone for any collaborative work but is kept in one place so that it can be used to restore the system in the event of any crash. Backup is only to protect data assets and ensure business continuity without any major troubles. File synchronization is indeed the gospel of working on multiple devices at the same time. People can use file synchronization to collaborate completely flexibly without relying on the inconvenient back and forth e-mails.
It is said that the 20th century is the era of "oil is king", but the 21st century is undoubtedly the era of "data is king". From the stock market to the weather, from national policies to biological genetic analysis, everything is increasingly dependent on scientific and rigorous data analysis and application. Athoritative report statistics show that digital storage information accounts for 1/4 of the global data volume, and the other 3/4 of the information is stored on media such as newspapers, films, and cassette tapes. By 2013, non-digital data in global data Only accounted for less than 2%. In the "big data era", data is growing exponentially. There is often a need for large file transfers between internal members of an enterprise, and between internal members and the outside world. Various brand promotion videos, product materials, design schemes, ACD drawings, several GB or even TB at every turn. Currently available tools on the market cannot guarantee the high-speed transfer of very large files. Either the upload file size is limited, or the transfer speed is slow and cannot guarantee the completion and accuracy of the transmitted data. You must also use some real-time transfer tools. If both parties are online or disconnected, all previous efforts will be lost, and the transfer of large files has become a problem. The transfer of large files takes up too much time. The boss is eagerly waiting for your results. The colleagues wait for you to pass on a plan to him before getting on the plane on a business trip, and give him your product information and quotation information before the customer leaves work... Time is money. When facing these scenes, the feeling is particularly profound. Raysync solves the problem of extremely large file transfer at an extremely fast speed. Raysync is a software technology based on UDP patent transfer, which breaks through the limitations of traditional network transfer. Its appearance makes up for transfer shortcomings such as FTP, HTTP, or CIFS, and maximizes the use of network bandwidth, with a utilization rate of more than 96%, and transfer speed Increase by 100X times, efficiently solve the problem of network delay and packet loss. Even in long-distance, cross-border, and weak network environments, it can still provide reliable, safe, and stable accelerated transfer services. In the process of transmitting large file data, the transfer task may be forced to be suspended due to network failure. Raysync breakpoint resuming transfer technology retains the transmitted data and resumes the transfer reasonably after the network is restored, effectively ensuring the integrity of data transfer. Raysync is based on SSL encrypted transfer protocol, adopts the world's top financial level AES-256 encryption technology, built-in CVE vulnerability scanning, adds multiple defense walls to data information, effectively resists external attacks, guarantees the privacy of the transfer process, and ensures the integrity of the data And security. How to transfer large files quickly? In today's era of rapid development of the Internet, it is no longer a problem. Using Raysync, you can easily realize the high-speed transfer of large files Raysync, your super-large file transfer expert, makes your super-large file transfer no longer difficult!
File Transfer Protocol is a protocol used to move files on the Internet. It is unique in that it uses two different connections. The control connection is used to send commands between the FTP client and the FTP server. File transfers are sent on a separate connection called a data connection. FTP packet filters can handle active and passive FTP sessions without any special client configuration. Inactive mode FTP, the FTP server establishes a data connection. In passive mode, the client establishes a connection. Generally speaking, FTP user agents use active mode, and Web user agents use passive mode. Like the FTP packet filter, the FTP proxy handles active and passive FTP sessions, but it also protects your FTP server and restricts FTP protocol commands between the client and the server. You can use an FTP proxy to: 1. Restrict the commands sent on the control channel 2. Restrict the file name or file type according to the file extension 3. Prevent buffer overflow attacks caused by abuse of the FTP protocol 4. Abnormal use of FTP commands through WatchGuard intrusion prevention service to prevent unauthorized directory traversal After adding the FTP proxy policy to the Firebox configuration, you can access the two proxy actions included in the product. You can use these rule sets without changing them, or you can use these rule sets as the basis for rule sets to meet the needs of your organization. This module shows you how to customize these two agent operations. FTP-Client This proxy operation includes a rule set that controls FTP commands launched on computers on your trusted or optional network. The FTP client application uses specific commands that the Firebox can recognize and control. Use FTP-Client operations to control the outgoing FTP traffic. FTP-Server This proxy operation includes a rule set for protecting and controlling FTP commands sent to your FTP server. Use FTP-Server operations to control incoming FTP traffic.
Many companies have started international business, and transnational file transfers have become more frequent. With the development of business and the expansion of company scale, many companies have set up branches overseas. However, due to the influence of the transmission distance and network environment, the quality of internationally transferred files is often greatly compromised. Whether it is email transmission or FTP transmission, there may be unexpected interruptions in transmission, damage to transmission files, slow transmission speed, and excessive time-consuming, etc. problem. If an enterprise user's transcontinental transfer company's important data is damaged or even leaked, it will be a fatal blow to the enterprise. Raysync large file transfer actively responds to the national "open cooperation" strategy, focuses on the development of global cooperation, and helps the smooth development of multinational enterprises' business. Relying on the self-developed Proxy high-speed transmission protocol, raysync transmission has provided numerous companies with large file remote transmission solutions, brought a stable and efficient sharing and collaboration platform for many multinational companies, and has become a god help for the cross-regional development of corporate business. File long-distance transmission, high speed and stability Raysync transmission is based on UDP patented transmission software technology, which breaks through the limitations of traditional network transmission. Its emergence makes up for transmission shortcomings such as FTP, HTTP or CIFS, and maximizes the use of network bandwidth. The utilization rate is over 96% and the transmission speed is increased by 10- 100 times, efficiently solve the problem of network delay and packet loss. Even in long-distance, cross-border, and weak network environments, it can still provide reliable, safe, and stable accelerated transmission services. Fully guarantee corporate data security Raysync is based on the SSL encrypted transmission protocol, adopts the world's top financial-level AES-256 encryption technology, and has built-in CVE vulnerability scanning to add multiple defense walls to corporate documents, effectively resist external attacks, ensure the privacy of the transmission process, and ensure data integrity and security . Support Chinese and English language switching Raysync transmission supports Chinese and English language switching, helping companies get rid of language barriers in the process of cross-border communication, and allowing corporate files to reach the world. Simple operation, flexible and efficient business management Support SDK integration, rapid deployment to the company's existing system, the system uses the web-side operation mode, the operation is simple and easy to use, complete document management module, authority management settings, effectively improve the efficiency of multi-department collaboration. How to quickly transfer 100GB large files across borders? In today's era of high-speed development of the Internet, it is no longer a problem. raysync transmission is a professional data transmission solution for enterprises to maximize the value of data and help enterprises to efficiently transfer files!
MQTT data encryption transfer algorithm An improved MQTT protocol data transfer encryption algorithm MQTT-EA is proposed. In this algorithm, the IoT device side and the server-side randomly generate their private keys, then notify each other of their private keys and combine them into the final session master key through the algorithm, which is encrypted and decrypted by DES to transmit secure data. The attack on the data transfer process by adversaries A and B is simulated, and it is verified that MQTT-EA is safe under the premise that the session key generation algorithm is not leaked. Summary of key protocols and application scenarios of time-sensitive networks With the development of information technology, there is an increasing demand for scenarios where things and things are the main body of communication, such as factory automation control, automatic driving, etc. The requirements for data transfer delay of this type of communication far exceed the controllable range of traditional Ethernet. , The time-sensitive network came into being. Time-sensitive networks are based on standard Ethernet, providing standardized technologies for deterministic information transfer, minimizing jitter through time-aware scheduling mechanisms, and providing reliable data transfer guarantees for time-sensitive applications. Through the description of relevant international standards for time-sensitive networks, the core features and mechanisms are introduced, and application scenarios such as in-vehicle networks, industrial Internet, avionics networks, and mobile fronthaul networks are analyzed and researched. Design of LoRa's Remote Distributed Agricultural Environment Monitoring System To solve the problems of complex networking of traditional Internet of Things, short transfer distance, and high power consumption, and agricultural environment monitoring system based on LoRa technology is proposed. The system uses the peripheral functions of the STM32 microcontroller to drive the sensors to monitor a variety of environmental data and uses the LoRa wireless communication module to build a data transfer network. The summary node in the data transfer network receives all the data transmitted from the monitoring node, then packs the data and uploads it to the server through the General Packet Radio Service communication network. The upper computer developed by the C language can realize the monitoring data Real-time display and save. After testing, the system can accurately monitor agricultural environmental data in real-time, is stable and reliable, and can meet the needs of agricultural environmental monitoring.
Buy a managed file transfer software provider? This comprehensive buyer's guide will show you the best option for your organization. What is MFT software? managed file transfer software is a program or service used to manage the secure transfer of data and files from one person to another over the network. Many large enterprises use this software instead of FTP or HTTP. Why is managed file transfer so important to corporate business? In a data-driven world, file transfer is an integral part of corporate business. However, just moving files from one place to another is not enough. Companies need advanced tools to arrange and protect their file transfers and to gather insights from how their employees interact with this data. The original file transfer protocol, FTP, did not have complete security features. Protocols such as FTP fill this gap by building an FTP solution with end-to-end encryption so that data transmitted over public networks cannot be read when intercepted. However, at the enterprise level, there are several additional considerations for file transfer: Workflow and automation. Many organizations have complex workflows that trigger additional effects during file access and transfer. No single file transfer protocol has this capability, but managed file transfer software usually does. In addition, hosting solutions can automatically perform batch file transfers, logging, and email reports based on user activity or time of day. Comply with. Many compliance frameworks require logs and reports about file security and who can access them. The MFT solution helps to fully understand the reports, security, and risks associated with file storage and transfer. Data growth. As businesses become more data-driven, the demand for secure, scalable, and compliant data solutions is also growing. An appropriate MFT can provide this scalability across multiple infrastructure and endpoint devices. What types of security do MFT solutions usually include? Although not all security MFTs are created equal, many of them come with a basic set of security protocols and functions, allowing them to bear the "secure" name. Some of the more common agreements include: SSH FTP and/or SSL-based FTP. Use SSH or SSL security for secure and direct peer-to-peer file transfer. Hypertext Transfer Protocol Security . Provides secure web content delivery for intranet portals and other internal file directories shared via web browsers. Odette FTP . A secure file transfer protocol created in Europe to handle push and pull requests, request signature receipts, and data compression. Applicability Statement 2 . The secure transfer of business-to-business data used by large retailers. Through these agreements, most secure MFTs should comply with many regulations, including HIPAA. What should I look for in a secure MFT supplier? The real benefit of secure MFT is the combination of security and enterprise-level tools, as shown below: Authorization and verification. Many MFTs can include least privilege authentication, FIPS verified compliance and secure enterprise storage. These aspects can help meet compliance requirements, including HIPAA or FedRAMP. Encryption and decryption. Many advanced enterprise security MFTs will be equipped with advanced encryption and hard storage for decryption keys. Antivirus software. The value-for-money MFT will have a mechanism to perform virus scanning and isolation to isolate any malware introduced into your system. Secure file management. Solid MFT will provide secure file storage and management tools that will not compromise security. Stream authoring access control , fine-grained file access roles and user policies, and regular logging are all important. Data analysis. Many MFTs come with built-in analysis and dashboard tools to help you collect data about the data. Use it to meet compliance standards and optimize file management by automating or minimizing the scope of data. Top security MFT supplier in 2021 IBM Aspera As an IBM product, Aspera has a wealth of expertise and pedigree from the most well-known technology companies in the enterprise field. Aspera includes the security and reliability you expect from IBM products, but it also carries a lot of baggage. It is not easy to use or manage, and some users have reported issues with the firewall. Globalscape Software Electronic Funds Transfer Globalscape Software EFT is well known in the corporate world where document security and management are priorities. With hosting tools and workflow options, it is a good choice for many enterprise file transfer software users. Its steep price point may scare away SMEs with a smaller user base because it lacks 24/7 support. Pro2col Pro2col has 15 years of experience and applied it to MFT products. Although the software package itself is not as powerful as some other MFT platforms ), the core of its product works well. Diplomat Covenant Diplomat has low learning and uses threshold, with sandbox options and extensive automatic reporting tools. However, this simplicity comes at a price. Key management is manual, the interface is not very intuitive, and in addition to the core functions, for more advanced functions, the learning curve is much steeper than commercial users may feel comfortable. The help system is everywhere HelpSystems Go Anywhere is a reliable enterprise MFT solution, including workflow tools, reporting, and automation. Many users report that this feature comes at the expense of simplicity, and it is difficult to learn how to use the software. Likewise, automating simple tasks seems to require broader logic to ensure operation. Active batch The advantage of ActiveBatch workload automation is automation. With multiple integrations and workflow tools, ActiveBatch is perfect for companies that want to simplify work and file sharing. It does lack some key features, including document, form, and calendar management, as well as security license and inventory management. SolarWinds Serv-U Although this item is not listed above, we think it might be worth mentioning. You might recognize SolarWinds' name from the news. The Russian hacking of SolarWinds, a major provider of cloud services for security companies such as FireEye, led to what is known as one of the most serious state-backed cyber attacks in history. Needless to say, it is best to avoid products with these problems until the dust settles. What is unique about Raysync's secure MFT solution? Security and compliance: Raysync's secure MFT solution includes encryption and end-to-end security standards, allowing you to comply with some of the most important regulations, including HIPAA and FedRAMP. This includes top file transfer security protocols and encryption tools. Top-notch security includes SSO, MFA, AV, ATP, and DLP. You can also integrate all third-party storage and communication in emails, file transfers, web forms, and other channels into Raysync's corporate content firewall to protect your sensitive data. Automation: Enterprise file transfer workflows require extensive logical control and security tools. Raysync provides automation for the workflow of secure file transfer software, including agents for completing complex tasks on a large scale. All of this, no need to understand the code. Centralization: Raysync has a centralized interface built for accessibility and includes an intuitive management console for quick access to user management options, system and domain settings, etc. You can access to control the folder permissions. Raysync large file transfer is an enterprise-level file accelerated transfer management platform, which can achieve efficient and controllable large file transfer, long-distance accelerated transfer, transnational transfer, cross-border transfer, and other transfer requirements for enterprises. It is a perfect replacement for the file transfer protocol FTP and realizes the enterprise. 100% efficient operation of data transfer management. Are you ready to learn more about how your business will benefit from Raysync's securely managed file transfer solution? Be sure to sign up for our newsletter.
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