Introducing: Not your grandpa’s MFT, a vlog series

In a world where short attention spans are drawn by the latest thing that glitters, we rarely pause to consider the workhorses that make our digital world go round. Well, we want to change that. Managed File Transfer powers mission-critical business around the world, every minute of every day. But not everyone wants to get into the MFT weeds with us – and many of them are more excited about the latest cool tech kids on the block.

That’s fine, we get it. But in today’s data-driven world, people still need to transfer data and files securely. And when it all comes crashing down because no one wanted to invest in maintaining and improving infrastructure, who are they going to blame? That’s right, MFT.

Not to mention, today’s MFT solutions have undergone significant evolutions since their early days. There’s a lot to discover. In this six-part vlog series, I’ll share MFT pep talks in short & sweet, straight-to-the-point live vlogs. Expect about 20 minutes with some open Q&A at the end.

Starting in November, join me to learn how MFT helps you keep the lights on, why it’s time to get out of the risk management business, and why the MFT of the future is definitely not your grandpa’s MFT.

Here’s a look at some of the upcoming topics:

So, you’re moving to the cloud. Are your files? First off, “lift and shift” doesn’t work, so please don’t fall for it. Beyond that, while cloud adoption is essential to your digital transformation, the real opportunity lies in transforming and optimizing your MFT operations in the process.

So, you moved to the cloud. Are you transforming service delivery? If moving to the cloud doesn’t create human resource efficiencies or team efficiencies, you’re not winning.

Do your MFT teams really want to stay in the risk management business? Or in other words, do you know what is flowing through your pipes and how much money it would it cost if it were to suddenly stop?

Don’t gamble with critical MFT infrastructure. Your legacy MFT infrastructure may be working for now, but it likely won’t survive the next iteration of your digital transformation. Let’s talk about how to keep the lights on and bolster your MFT for greater resiliency and security.

Sound like a plan? There’s so much more you can do – and should be doing – with your MFT. What’s more, MFT can do a whole lot more for you. Register below and join me as we tackle these topics and more on November 2nd.


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