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The place for File Transfer Practitioners to interact, share and learn about:

  • IBM Sterling Connect:Direct
  • IBM Sterling Control Center
  • IBM Sterling Control Center Director

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  • IBM Sterling Secure Proxy
  • IBM Sterling File Gateway
  • IBM Sterling Global Mailbox

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  • IBM shared some exciting news in October that represents an important evolution of the IBM Sterling brand. Beloved by clients for its pioneering leadership in managed file transfer, B2B integration and distributed order management, Sterling now ...

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  • Maintaining your managed file transfer (MFT) environment is easy when you only have one or two servers. But when you have multiple nodes and limited resources – the situation most IT professionals face – maintenance becomes much more challenging! Whether ...

  • If you’re a user of IBM Sterling Connect:Direct, you know you can count on it for high-volume, secure, reliable delivery of files between systems. But what you also need to know, is that you can now run your business-critical workloads on the latest ...

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  • I wanted to be sure you saw today’s exciting news. As part of this news, I’m thrilled to share that we’re expanding the IBM Sterling brand. As you well know, for years, Sterling has been synonymous with pioneering leadership in B2B integration and ...

  • As an IBM Managed File Transfer user, you know that ability to move data efficiently and securely over the Internet is critical to your company’s success. Security administration, management and integration can be extremely time consuming and requires ...

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  • Emiliano thanks for the response. We are already using multi-factor authentication for INBOUND communication via FTPS/SFTP/HTTPS protocols. We were just curious how others using B2B/SFTP set it up. If users are using stuff like digital certificates/SSH ...

  • Dear Kharlon, B2B/SFG on its own doesn't manage multi-factor authentication. There's a specific product born to enhance security, the IBM Secure Proxy, that can be installed and configured with it's module SEAS to grant multi-factor authentication to ...

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