The Real Costs of Ungoverned File Transfer in the Enterprise
Osterman Research to join Thru in upcoming Webinar NOW AVAILABLE!
DALLAS, Texas, March 12, 2014- Thru, a leading provider of enterprise-class Managed File Transfer (MFT), will host a live webinar on March 25 featuring Michael Osterman, President of Osterman Research. In this webinar, Michael Osterman addresses the question that IT professionals should be asking, “Are my company’s file transfer tools providing sufficient security, usability, and ROI?” Viewers will discover why methods such as email, traditional FTP, and consumer file transfer tools are leading to problems including data breaches, bloated storage, lack of scaling, administration overhead, and a lack of control and visibility.
In addition to these issues, Osterman will discuss the benefits of a comprehensive file transfer solution; a single solution that addresses the shortcomings of point solutions.
For more information and to download this event, please visit www.thruinc.com/form/ungoverned-file-transfer-webinar/.
About Osterman Research
Since 2001, Osterman Research has helped numerous vendors, IT departments, and other organizations make better decisions through the application of their relevant, accurate, and timely data. Through the continual acquisition of information from a panel of IT decision-makers and end users, Osterman Research is one of the leading sources of information for companies that offer products and services in the IT space.
Thru, Inc. is a global leader in Cloud-based managed file transfer, trusted to distribute and track large amounts of information quickly and securely across the globe. Serving many industries including software, financial services, architecture, and energy, Thru has more than 5,000 corporate installations in over 70 countries, handling millions of transactions annually. Thru’s platform services enable secure file transfer, FTP replacement, enterprise file sync and share, electronic software delivery and other services to be integrated across applications and companies, making it a comprehensive approach to file transfer in the enterprise.