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GoAnywhere Services

GoAnywhere Services allows trading partners and employees to securely connect to your organization and easily download or upload files. Popular file transfer and encryption standards are supported without the need for proprietary client software. It supports FTP, SFTP, FTPS, HTTP, and HTTPS, provides a pure Web client for simple file transfers, includes event triggers based on user-defined conditions, generates detailed audit logs and alert messages, provides trading partners with account wizards and permission controls, features an intuitive browser-based interface for remote administration and monitoring, and requires no programming or special skills.

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Release Notes: Highlights in this release include new virtual folders and SMB network shares. Virtual folders give trading partners access to specific files and folders with permissions set for read, write, rename, or delete. These folders can be made private for a specific partner or shared with multiple partners. Network shares let administrators define connections to other file servers on diverse platforms in the organization’s network using the popular SMB/CIFS protocol.

  •  05 Jun 2012 21:46

Release Notes: Through a partnership with RSA Corporation, GoAnywhere Services now embeds their FIPS 140-2 compliance encryption module, which allows customers to choose to use only FIPS 140-2-approved encryption algorithms (ciphers) for protecting communications over HTTPS, AS2, FTPS, SFTP, SCP, SMTPS, LDAPS, and JDBC-over-ssl. FIPS 140-2 compliance mode in GoAnywhere Services can only be enabled if it is licensed from Linoma Software.

Release Notes: With the addition of a Secure Mail Ad-Hoc file transfer module, users can send packages, regardless of file types or sizes, to trading partners by emailing a secure link that recipients will use to download the files via a secure HTTPS connection. Network administrators maintain local control over the Secure Mail settings, packages, and audit trails. Senders receive notice when the files have been downloaded and can add additional passwords, link expiration dates, and more. This release also includes other enhancements including self-registration, auto-blacklist, and password notifications.

Release Notes: This release adds a new AS2 service module for receiving EDI documents and other files from trading partners. The AS2 module is fully RFC-compliant with support for MDN receipts, encryption, data compression, certificate authentication, and detailed audit logs. Administrators can now monitor users' activity in real time using any device with browser access including mobile phones and tablets, and have greater control over features like password permissions and the termination of any users' session with one mouse click. The Web Client also features improved usability features.

Release Notes: This version offers integration with the new GoAnywhere Gateway and a Java-applet Enhanced Web Client. This allows GoAnywhere Services to reside in the private network, creating a highly secure file transfer environment. Trading partners will be able to transfer files directly to your private network without the need to open any inbound ports on the backend firewall. The Enhanced Web Client is a Java applet that allows Web users to transfer multiple files concurrently, transfer entire folders, monitor the progress of transfers, and verify the integrity of completed transfers.

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