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  • How to Fix Your Broken File Transfer Processes

    by CData Arc Marketing | June 12, 2019

    Managed file transfer (MFT) is the secure, centralized transfer of data or files between computers over a secure network connection. While it may sound mundane, this technology is playing an increasingly critical role in corporate IT strategy — in stark contrast to the scattered approach of long-ma... [read more]


  • CData Arc (formerly RSSBus) Released!

    by CData Arc Marketing | May 22, 2019

    The latest CData Arc 2019 release is a significant evolutionary update. Building on a robust foundation of integration features, this release further refines the user experience for building and managing workflows and extends CData Arc with powerful connectivity features. New 2019 Features and Upda... [read more]


  • Syncrofy Partners with CData Arc for EDI Visibility

    by CData Arc Marketing | May 20, 2019

    In the modern digital enterprise ecosystem, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) has grown far beyond the simple exchange of standard business documents. The inherent complexity of vast organizations in business with thousands of vendors, suppliers, and customers across the globe means the ability to ... [read more]


  • Comparing SFTP & FTPS for Managed File Transfer

    by CData Arc Marketing | May 14, 2019

    Comparing SFTP FTPS for Managed File Transfer If you need to transfer files, you have many options: FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, SFTP, SCP, WebDAV, OFTP. These are just a few of your choices; how do you pick the right one, particularly when security, compliance and data governance are major concerns? The... [read more]


  • First-in-First-Out: How to Fast-Track EDI Onboarding

    by CData Arc Marketing | April 19, 2019

    We are often asked about the biggest challenges in onboarding EDI trading partners. While pointing out missed opportunities in a post-project review is easy, finding a strategic advantage within an ongoing concern is much, much harder. Onboarding programs are no different, historically facilitated ... [read more]