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Computing Security Magazine Reviews GoAnywhere

Posted by on Monday, 18 February, 2013

As you probably know, GoAnywhere is not the only managed file transfer product on the market.  A handful of vendors offer their versions of a product to help streamline the file transfer process with features that are designed to keep that data secure.

Many of the people we talk to are researching several companies trying to decide which product will best serve their needs, and naturally, all of the vendors believe theirs is the best fit.

We’ve been developing resources over the last few years to help define what sets GoAnywhere apart, and as a result, we’ve built a bigger library of case studies, added a growing collection of customer success videos, and continued to marvel at the growing list of comments that our customers make about our products on LinkedIn.

We’ve also built an MFT Checklist that provides a list of features and considerations organizations should investigate when talking with competing vendors.

The latest evidence we have to support the fact that GoAnywhere is a comprehensive, flexible, well-supported and easy-to-implement solution that can help any industry automate, simplify and encrypt their file transfers is a product review in Computing Security Magazine.

GoAnywhere Product ReviewHighlights of the review include these:

“There are plenty of MFT (managed file transfer) solutions on the market, and Linoma’s GoAnywhere is one of the most versatile and secure we’ve seen so far.”

“The enhanced file transfer interface is very simple to use, and provides drag-and-drop facilities between the client and their assigned directory on the GoAnywhere host.”

“We created a project to securely transfer a large folder, using FTPS from our domain controller to the GoAnywhere host system in minutes.”

To read the entire review, you can download it here.

 

 

Susan Baird

Susan is the Marketing Manager at Linoma Software, helping promote our secure file transfer and encryption solutions. Her specialty is content creation and social media marketing.

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Customer Success Story: United Security Life and Health

Posted by on Friday, 31 August, 2012

It’s Friday, heading into a long overdue holiday weekend, so we thought we’d share a video we recently posted that highlights how Lorraine Callahan, a senior programmer analyst with United Security Life and Health, has implemented GoAnywhere to improve workflow and save time.

 

GoAnywhere Success Story: United Security Insurance
YouTube - GoAnywhere Success Story: United Security Insurance

 

If you’d like to see other customer success stories, visit our website where you can find videos, testimonials, and case studies.

 

 

Susan Baird

Susan is the Marketing Manager at Linoma Software, helping promote our secure file transfer and encryption solutions. Her specialty is content creation and social media marketing.

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COMMON 2010 – 50th Anniversary

Posted by on Monday, 10 May, 2010

Linoma Software was happy to be part of COMMON’s 50th Anniversary Conference. Linoma has been attending COMMON for 14 years and was happy to see many familiar faces. The weather in Orlando was beautiful and the conference was well-attended. For those of you unfamiliar with COMMON, it is the world’s largest community of IBM midrange users providing information, education, and networking among users, IBM, and related third-party solution providers. Linoma continues to develop its well-known IBM i products as well as broaden its scope by enhancing products such as GoAnywhere and Crypto Complete.

During the show, Linoma provided demos as well as conducted a survey. According to our results, 44.1% of companies are storing personal identifiable info (e.g. SSNOs, birth dates) “in the clear,” 25% are sending sensitive data unencrypted over the internet, and 48.8% of the companies interviewed are sending unencrypted backups off site. If your company is among the percentage who is not securing sensitive data be sure to contact us at info@linoma.com and we can evaluate which product would most suit your industry needs.

In case you missed it, Debby Gaffney of Fidelity International, was the winner of our prize give-away…an iPAD! Linoma will be attending COMMON, October 4-6, 2010 in San Antonio Texas. We hope to see you there!

Visit Linoma’s facebook page to see photos of the conference.

Dirk Zwart

Dirk Zwart writes Linoma Software’s User Guides for the GoAnywhere secure file transfer applications. Dirk’s writing topics have covered everything from hardware manuals, software guides, security policies for compliance projects and reviews of consumer electronics. Follow Dirk and Linoma Software on Linkedin or Facebook/Twitter.

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Tested my new iPad with GoAnywhere – It works!

Posted by on Tuesday, 6 April, 2010

Picked up my new iPad last night from the local Apple store.  It was busy in there, but they had plenty of employees to help the eager customers!  They had just received a shipment of iPads a few hours earlier, so I was in and out of the store with the little iPad box in just a few minutes.

I had been reading all the hype on the internet and thought it would be fun to try out this slick new device.

Both my kids have iTouches and love them, but I always thought the  screens were too small to be useful for internet browsing, watching videos, etc.  From what I had read from critics, the iPad was nothing more than a supersized iTouch… which I found is mostly true… but that big touch screen on the iPad is awesome!

First thing I did when I unboxed my iPad was to fire up Safari (the built-in browser) and  see how well it rendered web pages.  It did a nice job for web surfing.  The pages rendered very well.  It was easy to click on hyperlinks (using my finger instead of a mouse was a little weird at first, but it works great with that big screen.  I only “fat fingered” a couple links.).  Only thing I found it doesn’t support is Flash content, but hopefully Apple will get enough flack and will eventually support it.

Next I tried to connect to our GoAnywhere Director product through the iPad’s Safari.  It took me right to the login screen.  I keyed in the GoAnywhere user/password (using the touch screen keypad) and hit submit.  Login Failed!  Found out that I mistyped the user id, which is easy to do until you get used to typing on this thing.  Once I corrected it, I hit submit again and it took me right to the GoAnywhere dashboard.

GoAnywhere’s screens were rendered perfectly!  All of the graphics were lined up nicely.  The font styles and colors looked very sharp.  The drop down menus worked.  I was able to create a couple projects in GoAnywhere and execute.  No problem.  The performance was very good.   GoAnywhere’s client interface does not use applets, ActiveX controls or Flash… just HTML and JavaScript.  So I suspect that is why iPad’s Safari did not have any problems with it.  So when you are on the road with your iPad, you too will be able to work with your copy of GoAnywhere!

Besides using the browser, iPad is great for watching videos too.  It has a NetFlix app that lets you watch movies real time, which is great.    Eventually I hope most NetFlix movies are available to watch online so I don’t have to goto my mailbox for DVDs any more.

At first I was thinking about giving away this iPad at the next trade show as a prize, but now I think I will keep this one for myself.. and buy another one for the giveaway :)

The iPad is addictive.

~ Bob

Bob Luebbe

Bob Luebbe has worked in the IT field since 1985. During his career, he has worked in a wide variety of roles including software development, project management, consulting and architecting large-scale applications. Bob has been with Linoma Software since 1994 and is currently serving its Chief Architect. His main focus for the last several years has been developing technologies to help organizations to automate and secure their file transfers, as well as to protect data at rest through encryption and key management.

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