The Nebraska based secure back encryption firm, Linoma Software has released its GoAnywhere File Transfer app for the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android smart phones and tablets. This new App enables users of iPhone/iPad and Android smart phones to connect with their corporate or personal network and transfer files securely. As all readers know, security and privacy is the new buzzword after all the snooping, wiretaps, heartbleeds etc. going on.
According to Linoma, this new app enables users of Apple and Android phones and tablets to easily and securely connect with their corporate network to transfer files. The user friendly menus and a very user friendly UI allows even a non tech person or layman to download or upload files without any special tutorials or training.
“File management is a critical function in any workplace and, without a secure BYOD solution, users will find a workaround to maintain productivity”, said Bob Luebbe, chief architect for GoAnywhere. “Delivering mobility tools that make it easier for workers to connect with corporate servers reduces reliance on policy enforcement to control data security.”
The mobile app connects with GoAnywhere Services – a secure FTP server for enterprise – all file transfer events are logged to meet compliance with SOX, PCI DSS, HIPAA and state privacy laws which means that the files are secure and eyes only for the users.
“We’re always listening to our customers, and this new mobile app is a direct result of that feedback”, Luebbe explained. “Our customers’ trading partners and vendors can also use this app to exchange files with our customers’ systems. It’s a win-win for everyone.”
You can get the GoAnywhere File Transfer App for your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch from Apple Store here. Android users can download the GoAnywhere File Transfer App from Google Play here.
As of now, it is free to customers licensed for the GoAnywhere Services HTTP/s module. GoAnywhere Services – part of the GoAnywhere Managed File Transfer (MFT) software suite – makes it easy for trading partners, remote employees and other external parties to initiate encrypted file exchanges through standard protocols including SFTP, FTPS and HTTPS.