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Townsend Security’s Enhanced Secure Managed File Transfer Solution, Alliance FTP Manager, Now Provides Robust PGP Encryption Options

  • The Secure Shell sFTP API program can now handle PGP encryption within a sFTP transfer session.
  • The directory scan will now allow multiple scans to run simultaneously without interference.
  • The library scan facility has been enhanced to allow more options in the event a file cannot be moved from a scan library to a backup library.
  • New email notifications to the library scan facility if an unmonitored exception occurs in the job.
  • The maximum number of files received on an sFTP directory scan operation has been increased from 100 to 1,000.
  • The Implicit SSL FTP support has been enhanced to support standard SSL FTP Protection Buffer Size (PBSZ) and Protection (PROT) commands.

“The release of FTP Manager 5.30 really demonstrates our commitment to our customers and to our partners. Our strong partnership with Symantec enables us to be a one-stop-shop for customers who need PGP encryption on the IBM i. We provide a comprehensive solution that will easily scale with our customers’ needs,” said John Earl, Townsend CEO & President. “We listened to our customers’ feedback on the product, and many of those requests are now incorporated into this build. Our goal at Townsend Security is to provide the most cost-effective and easiest to use solutions that meet data privacy requirements. Alliance FTP Manager 5.30 certainly accomplishes that.”

The product is available for evaluation and upgrade copies are available for customers who are current on their maintenance contracts for the product. Learn more at http://www.townsendsecurity.com.

The company is also holding a webinar on October 20, 2011 at 11:00AM to demonstrate the Alliance FTP Manager, register here.

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For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2011/10/prweb8889915.htm

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