NEWSFOR LARGE FILE TRANSTER

The Function of Notification Sending Has Added to Raysync Enterprise 5.0.5.8 Version
There are two new ways for the notification function in the admin console: 1) Send notification to the webpage of the sub-user. 2) Send email notification to the sub-user. Operating instructions: Log in to the Raysync admin console-> Click "Send notification" under the option "Users Management"-> Click to "Add notification" and edit the notification "Subject" and "Content"-> Select the "Receiving accounts"-> Check on the "Notification option" "Website" and "Email"-> Click "OK" to save all the settings. The effect of sub-user receiving the notification: A Web-page B Email Note: Sender mailbox, mailbox display logo, and company name are configured by the administrator in the admin console.
2020-11-12
Introducing You Raysync High-speed Transfer Protocol
Raysync ultra-high-speed transmission protocol is a self-developed high-speed transmission protocol based on cloud computing, the Internet, and big data architecture. This protocol breaks through the transmission defects of traditional FTP and HTTP. Compared with FTP, the transmission rate is increased by 100 times, and the bandwidth utilization rate is over 96%. It can easily meet the fast transmission requirements of TB-level large files and massive small files. - 10GB large files test Test environment: Beijing Alibaba Cloud-New York Alibaba Cloud Configuration: 4 core 8G memory Bandwidth: 200MB/s Packet loss: 5% Latency: 200ms - 100,000 small files test Test environment: Beijing Alibaba Cloud-New York Alibaba Cloud Configuration: 4 core 8G memory Bandwidth: 200MB/s Packet loss: 5% Latency: 200ms Considering the complex application scenarios of file transmission, based on the Raysync high-speed transmission protocol, Raysync has developed five file transmission products, which show amazing accelerated transmission in all sectors. Large File Transfer System - Raysync Raysync is an enterprise-level file acceleration transmission management platform, which can realize various transmission requirements such as efficient and controllable large file transmission, long-distance acceleration transmission, transnational transmission and cross-border transmission for enterprises, perfectly replace file transmission protocol FTP, and realize 100% efficient operation of enterprise data transmission management. SDK Application Integration The Raysync software SDK supports seamless integration into major application systems and supports web applications, browser plug-ins, PC clients, mobile terminals, data transmission docking between local systems and tripartite cloud platforms, etc., so as to meet the needs of various integration scenarios. Raysync Proxy Acceleration It is suitable for the transmission acceleration of the enterprise own system. The original application system needs no secondary development and can integrate the high-speed transmission capability of Raysync only through the standard Proxy protocol, saving development time and labor cost. Raysync FTP Acceleration The Raysync file transfer protocol FTP acceleration product is an efficient transmission software developed for enterprises, which completely replaces the existing file transfer protocol FTP. It can realize high-speed file transfer on the basis of the existing structure. After using the Raysync file transfer protocol FTP acceleration, the file transfer protocol FTP transmission speed can be increased by 10-100 times. Raysync RaySSH Acceleration RaySSH acceleration tool with Raysync, which integrates the function of Raysync transmission protocol and perfectly replaces ssh/sshd/scp/rsync tool of openSSH, is a special and efficient transmission tool product of Linux/Unix system.
2020-10-23
Hurry Up! Schedule with Raysync on 2020 NAB Show New York
Date: 19 – 29 October The 2020 NAB Show New York will take place on October 19th. Raysync will e-meet you in this exhibition this time. Raysync is a software-based large file transfer solutions provider. Since its establishment, it has always been dedicated to providing large file transfer solutions for global enterprises. Raysync high-speed transfer protocol Based on the self-developed high-speed transfer protocol, Raysync breaks through the transfer defects of traditional FTP and HTTP, the transfer rate is increased by 100 times compared with FTP, and the bandwidth utilization rate is over 96%, which can easily meet the extremely fast transfer requirements of TB-level large files and massive small files. Bank-standard security protection In order to ensure the security of data transmission and prevent data leakage, cracking, monitoring, and other security issues, Raysync strengthens the security control of internal data communication, adopts AES-256 encryption technology of online banking, and uses SSL encryption transmission in the transmission process to effectively ensure data security. At the same time, the Raysync adopts the setting of access rights and OS rights, thus achieving stricter access control. Come to schedule with Raysync on NAB show with code NY0712, and you could chat with our sales in real-time for any problems with the large file transfer. You will also have the opportunity to get a special offer for the 100-day free trial of Raysync Pro.
2020-10-20
Introducing Several Popular 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 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 and Secure Socket Layer encryption protocol support to the commonly used file transfer protocol . 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 . 3.SFTP In the computer field, it is designed by the Internet Engineering Task Force 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 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 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 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 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 . 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 . 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.
2020-10-13

Key Words

File sharing software|File collaboration software|Secure data collaboration|Mass file transfer|Point to point transmission|transmission system|network disk|transmit data|Transnational transmission|Cross border file transfer|File transfer solution|raysync cloud|Large file transfer solution|raysync|raysync Software|Large file transfer|File management system|Large file transfer|file transfer|raysync cloud|raysync transmission|data transmission|LDAP|AD|HTTP|tcp|High speed transmission|Remote large file transfer|Transnational file transfer|Accelerated transmission|File share transfer|file data|Transfer large files|Cross border transmission|Data transmission software|Large file transfer software|Enterprise file transfer software|High speed data transmission|File synchronous transfer|FTP transmission|Transnational transmission|High Availability|Transmission encryption|High speed transmission protocol|aspera|Breakpoint renewal|socks5|Cache|network|Secure transmission|Cloud storage|saas|Enterprise Network Disk|Operational tools|cloud computing|File management| Foreign trade|Data exchange|Telecommuting|High-speed transmission|SD-WAN|transfer software|High speed transmission|High-speed file transfer|File synchronization|ftp|file transfer protocol|Transfer tool|Big data transfer|File synchronization software|file sync|File transfer software|Oversized file transfer|Transfer solution|Transfer file via email|File transfer server|File transfer services|Managed File Transfer|Fast File Transfer|point to point transfer|Data Management|aes|File sharing|ftps|sftp|mft|shared file|Send Large Files|Secure file transfer|small file transfer|synchronous transmission|data sync|file transfer|video transmission|long distance transmission|file transfer|cross-border data transmission|transfer files|media industry|TLS|teletransmission|File sharing

APPLY FOR FREE TRIAL

Raysync offers free file transfer solutions and technical support for enterprise users!