interlinkONE’s vast set of software and technical solutions are often subjected to rigorous and comprehensive security checks. Data safety is something we take very seriously around here, which is why we are upgrading our standards and protocols.
Adam Meixler, lead developer for interlinkONE, took some time to sit down with us to explain some of the updates, primarily a switch from an FTP (file transfer protocol) to an MFT, or a Managed File Transfer.
“The MFT server removes the need for firewall exceptions,” said Adam. “Customers can access their files from anywhere. We will eventually have a web browser where clients can easily access all of it. Security and accessibility are what this update is all about.”
Adam went on to explain that the FTP system was created in 1980, when the only people using the internet were professors and the like. The thought of malicious activity had not yet been born. Security was not nearly the priority it is today. There are newer protocols that allow for much more secure transfers of data.
Perhaps most interesting, however, is the concept of untethered security. Anyone can now access their FTP contents from anywhere, including mobile devices.
Well, the great folks at WhatTheyThink have made it possible for us to re-visit one of the activities that John participated in at Graph Expo. They have posted the video of the presentation that John delivered inside the Canon booth.
Simply click on the image below to watch the video:
The title of John’s presentation was Content Anywhere: Implementing a Cross Media Strategy.
It’s almost hard to believe, but Graph Expo 2012 is right around the corner.
We have already started packing our bags for the big trip to Chicago, where we will be exhibiting from October 7th through the 10th. This year, we will be located at Booth 1071, within the Marketing Pavilion. If you’ll be attending the show, we’d love for you to visit our booth for a couple of reasons.
For one, we’d just like to say Hi! But there are lot more reasons that can actually help your business.
In this video, our VP of Sales Karen DeWolfe shares them: