10 Questions To Ask Your Vendor About File Gateway Consolidation

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There are many questions that arise when you embark on a file gateway consolidation project. As the leader in Managed File Transfer (MFT) solutions, IBM has fielded many questions about file gateway consolidation over the years. They cover everything from high availability options and integration options, to secure transfers, and visibility capabilities – in short, the most important topics you should consider in order to make a better-informed decision.

Read this solution brief to discover the 10 key questions you should be ask every MFT vendor you evaluate. These questions will help you uncover some of the biggest file transfer challenges ahead and provide key areas of differentiation to consider. Learn about the complexities of MFT, and find out why you need a strong multi-protocol, multi-process file gateway solution to ensure your success. You’ll learn:

  • Whether or not a vendor’s offering will increase the reliability of your file transfers and the key processes they support

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