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SolarWinds Launches On Premise Secure File Sharing Solution

SolarWinds Launches Secure File Sharing for Enterprises Through Their Secure Data Center or Private Cloud

SolarWinds Launches Secure File Sharing for Enterprises Through Their Secure Data Center or Private Cloud

IT management software maker SolarWinds has added new secure file sharing capabilities to its managed file transfer solution, SolarWinds Serv-U Managed File Transfer (MFT) Server, which enables users to securely send or request files through an easy-to-use Web interface.

Using the solution, organizations can securely exchange information by hosting the file sharing solution within their own data center or private cloud, removing the risks associated with data stored with a third party service provider.

SolarWinds Serv-U MFT Server can be deployed on Windows and Linux platforms, and enables users to exchange files using FTP, FTPS, SFTP, HTTP and HTTPS over IPv4 or IPv6 networks.

The secure file sharing solution also integrates with Active Directory, permitting authentication or provisioning of an entire company or of specific departments, and administrators can apply their own security policies, procedures, monitors, and controls to abide by company security standards.

Administrators can also control access to files, monitor activity, automate notifications, and configure from any location through a Web-based management console, which also allows admins to control and monitor bandwidth, access, quotas, and more.

Additionally, users can set expiration dates or passwords and add messages to the recipient of uploaded files.

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The solutions leverages secure partner data exchanges with FIPS 140-2 validated cryptography and DMZ gateways, SolarWinds said.

“While several popular third-party file sharing sites allow users to send and receive files easily, SolarWinds Serv-U MFT Server offers a uniquely secure file sharing system for the enterprise by keeping shared data within the data center or private cloud,” the company explained in a statement.

SolarWinds Serv-U MFT Server is available immediately and priced at $2,995 for unlimited users and includes a year of maintenance. 

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