You might think that simple operations are as simple as on a home network. Unfortunately, this is not the case. On the company network, the company’s IT department usually creates a network shared drive, and anyone connected to the computer can place and exchange files over the network. On your home network, you don’t have an IT department that can do this for you. You don’t need to worry, because there are many easy ways to do this. 1. Proximity sharing: Share files in Windows 10 Before April 2018, to share files through your home network, you need to try to set up a so-called "homegroup." This is a group of computers connected to the common network group on the home network. It allows file sharing, but due to security software or network firewalls, its settings are very complicated and it does not always work properly. Microsoft is very grateful that it introduced other simpler ways to over the network (and over the Internet). Sharing on the local network involves a feature called nearby sharing. You need to enable "Nearby Sharing" on all computers you want to share files with. To do this, do the following: Open the settings and click System. Choose a shared experience. Scroll down and find nearby shares. Switch the switch to on. Set the drop-down menu below it to everyone nearby. After enabling "Nearby Sharing" on all Windows 10 computers on the network, you can start sharing files with them. To do this, open FileExplorer, right-click on the share you want to share and select Share. You will now see all computers with nearby sharing enabled under the Find more people section. When you select the remote computer system, a notification will appear that there is an incoming file on another computer. Choose Save and Open or Save to start the file transfer. 2. Transfer files via email Another method of transferring files between computers, not only through the local network but also through the Internet, is to share via e-mail. The process is similar to "sharing nearby." Just right-click the file you want to transfer and select share. At the top of the "Share" window, you will see the email contacts you want to select. Click Find more people to open your email contacts, and then select from your contact list. This will open an email compose page. You can edit the email or click Send to send the file. If you have not yet used the email service of your choice, you may need to grant Windows permission to send an email on your behalf. When receiving a file via email, you can receive it on any device (another computer or any mobile device). 3. Transfer files via the cloud Another way to transfer files from a Windows 10 PC to other devices is through the cloud. You can achieve this by sharing files to any Windows application that supports services such as OneDrive or Google Drive. Just right-click the file you want to transfer and select share. At the bottom of the "Share" window, you will see a list of Windows applications to choose from. At least one of them should be OneDrive. After opening the application, just click the "Add" (checkmark) button to add the file to your OneDrive cloud account. The file will be uploaded to your OneDrive account. Once you are done, you can open the OneDrive app on another computer (or a mobile device with the OneDrive app) and upload it there. On another computer, open the OneDrive app, right-click the file, and select Download. This will complete the file transfer to another computer on the network (or Internet). 4. Use FTP client/server software Another excellent solution is to use FTP as a via LAN. By running an FTP server on one computer, you can use the FTP client software on another computer to connect to the server through port 21. The problem with many FTP server applications is that their setup and configuration are complex. Fortunately, there are several quick and easy FTP-server applications. Is a free application Baby FTP is one of them. With BabyFTP, you only need to install the application and it will start a simple anonymous FTP server on the original computer. In "Settings", you can configure the transfer between folders and files, the operations to be allowed (such as adding or deleting directories and files), and whether the remote client can modify these operations. Start the BabyFTP server, if everything is normal, you should see "FTPServer started on port 21". Now, on another computer, you can use any FTP client (such as FileZilla) to open a connection with that remote computer using its IP address and port 21. This application does not require an ID or password because it only uses an anonymous connection (you can use it inside a secure home network). After connecting, you will see the remote directory that has been set up at the remote site location. You can right-click the file there to upload it to the local computer, or right-click the file on the local computer to transfer it to the remote computer. 5. Transfer files between Windows 10 computers Surprisingly, without third-party software and other solutions, simple operations like transferring files between computers will be very difficult. Thankfully, there are many options to make the process simple and easy. 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Data files related to various aspects in the process of enterprise office work. This data ball is getting bigger and bigger in the tide of the science and technology era, which leads to the difficulty of transmitting large files in many enterprises. With the huge amount of data, the high standard of data security, and the global data that needs to be transferred urgently, how to transfer these large files? What software can transfer large files? As a one-stop solution provider for and transmission management services for major enterprises. Core technology: Raysync high-speed transfer protocol Raysync transmission protocol is an ultra-high-speed transmission protocol independently developed by Rayysnc based on cloud computing, Internet, and big data architecture. This protocol breaks through the transmission defects of traditional FTP and HTTP, and the transmission rate is increased by 100 times compared with FTP, and the bandwidth utilization rate is over 96%. It can easily meet the extremely fast transmission requirements of TB-level large files and massive small files. The measured data show that it takes only 7 minutes and 30 seconds to transfer 10GB files from Beijing to New York. Security Protection: Bank-standard Encryption In order to ensure the security of data transmission and prevent data leakage, cracking, monitoring, and other security issues, Raysync strengthens the security control of internal data communication, adopts AES-256 encryption technology, and uses SSL encryption transmission in the transmission process to effectively ensure data security. At the same time, Raysync adopts the setting of access rights and OS rights, thus achieving stricter access control. Multimode Transmission Raysync supports providing multiple modes of transmission according to different transmission initiators. Support point-to-point, multi-point mutual transmission, data cloud transmission, one-to-many data distribution, and other modes. Raysync provides exclusive user and user group space, supports specific authority management, and builds exclusive assistance space and file transmission requirements across departments and companies. Convenient Deployment & Excellent Compatibility Raysync supports UNIX, Linux, Windows, and other common operating systems, supports Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Cloud, Huawei Cloud, and other cloud platform operating systems, and provides special SDK integration products, which can quickly integrate and deploy with existing systems of enterprises, and easily build an automated file transmission network for network environments and heterogeneous systems within or between enterprises. Raysync has provided high-performance, safe, and stable and transmission management services for 2W+ enterprises in IT, finance, film and television, biological genes, manufacturing, and many other fields.
When you click "send" in an email, or when you click a link in an email, you need to cross your fingers and hold your breath, but regret it. Although insecure e-mail is good for business development, simplifies communication, enables people to reply in their leisure time, and "writes" things for future generations, insecure e-mail can also bring huge risks. What are the risks of using email for file exchange? Although it is convenient to send temporary , it, unfortunately, brings many security risks and deliverability issues, such as: Lack of encryption The email is sent in "clear text," which means unencrypted. Almost anyone who can view the traffic sent through the internal network or the Internet can access the attachment. File size limit Due to the size limitation of the provider or organization's server, it is usually impossible to send large files. And the sender often realizes that the file was not delivered correctly even before it's too late. File type restrictions Certain file types may not be allowed to protect against network attacks by viruses and spyware programs, which are usually hidden behind .zip, .exe, or .dat file types. Lack of audit trail When it comes to email, the method of providing the required compliance audit trail is difficult to implement or non-existent. To maintain compliance and avoid huge fines, many industries require detailed records of the whereabouts of information, the identity of visitors, and confirmation that sensitive data has reached its intended destination. How can email be more secure? Implementing a common encryption method can greatly improve the security of e-mail . Depending on your specific needs, you have many security options. Not sure which agreement your organization needs? Check out this white paper, which covers all encryption, including various protocols, such as ZIP with AES, SFTP, FTPS, secure mail, AS2, and Open PGP. Why do you have a good sense of network security by automatically encrypting and decrypting? Regardless of which protocol is used, data needs to be securely encrypted during transfer or transfer, as well as in a static state (such as storage on a server). Only when the users of the organization use this solution can you add more security to email file transfers. It is difficult to transfer files securely, and employees will only look for their own (usually insecure) solutions. The , ultra-long distance, transnational network data transfer, safe distribution of file assets, file management, and organizational authority management, Supports local deployment and cloud services, and provides enterprises with safe, stable, efficient and convenient large file interactive technical support and services.
With the development of transmission technology, the software on the market has long been not limited to fast transmission of large files. Does the file transmission software in use in your enterprise have these functions? 1. Support rapid SDK integration with existing business systems such as OA\BPM\ERP\CRM, smooth business flow, and realize efficient flow of enterprise data. 2. Support account system integration with LDAP/AD domain, follow up the whole process by professional technical team, and support a full set of technical documents to reduce research and development costs. 3. Breakpoint resume, automatic retransmission and multiple file verification mechanisms ensure the accuracy and completeness of transmission results. 4. Support multithreading, without geographical and environmental restrictions, and ensure stable and reliable transmission efficiency in ultra-remote and weak network environment. 5. The team followed up the whole process, provided support services for enterprises, cooperated with business processes such as business system integration implementation and system development of developers, and effectively ensured the smooth launch of the system. 6. Breaking through the transmission defects of traditional FTP and HTTP, the transmission rate and bandwidth utilization rate are greatly improved. 7. Support intelligent data compression transmission technology. 8. Support one-to-many, many-to-many, unilateral transmission, P2P accelerated transmission, intelligent data synchronization, intelligent event automatic reminder, document intelligent management and other functions. 9. Support multithreading, no geographical and environmental restrictions, and ensure stable and reliable transmission efficiency in an ultra-remote and weak network environment. 10. Provide professional command line transmission interface, and developers can realize file transmission and other management and maintenance functions through corresponding instructions. 11. Support to record all file transfer activities. No matter whether your employees share files hundreds or even thousands of times every day, you can record every file transfer event, which is convenient for auditing at any time and has a detailed information processing record. Does your accelerated software have these functions? If not, you could try Raysync software which focuses on enterprise-level big data transmission and application, and provides users with professional data transmission and file synchronization services!
is the core of business operations. The company regularly exchanges data internally with customers, suppliers, and partners every day. Whether they need to transfer batch transactions to an outsourced payroll provider or need to send digital video for marketing activities, they must be able to transfer data safely and efficiently. Organizations continue to rely on file transfers to share digital information. More than 50% of all system integration is done through file transfer. "From banking and financial services to defense and manufacturing, the transfer of critical business data is crucial," Todd Margo said in his IBM-managed file transfer blog. "For the business to run smoothly, it is necessary to move, copy, synchronize, and share the ever-emerging and developing digital data forms packaged in the form of files." He went on to describe some of the factors that affect today's file transfer requirements: Data volume: Compared with the past, the workload requirements for file transfer are high-frequency batch processing and larger and more diverse files. Innovative applications for streaming are also needed. Big data and the Internet of Things: Companies are deploying file transfer technology to enable batch transaction file exchange in areas such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data analysis. This can greatly increase the data transmission speed. Besides, the amount of data is increasing to support more detailed analysis. The two punches of speed and file volume pose special challenges to file transfer technology. Security: Network security issues continue to intensify, leading to the adoption of better security technologies. When possible, the file transfer system should compensate for the security overhead by supporting hardware accelerators, new security processing software, and improved file transfer throughput. According to the analyst report: "Non-compliance with data security and privacy regulations and lack of end-to-end visibility and monitoring are still the main issues facing the functionality of existing ." The report further added: Cloud-enabled, via API Simplified integration, and improvement of user experience are the subject of development. SFTP FTP and Secure FTP (SFTP) are the most widely used . Part of the appeal is that they are easy to use, usually free or cheap. The transfer is usually done through an FTP website that most people can access. If the organization occasionally needs to send non-sensitive documents, this technique works well, but if it is widely used, it may put them at risk. Recent studies have shown that more than 400 million files from are available online. When exposing files, FTP does not log security violations or verify user identity-this is a basic function needed to help detect and prevent vulnerabilities or cyber threats. The technology also sends files on a first-come, first-served basis. Therefore, organizations cannot determine the priority of critical transmissions or quickly respond to business needs. To overcome the hidden costs and risks of FTP, more and more companies choose secure and scalable file transfer software.
A safe transmission tool generally needs the following safety design: 01. Web security design - User-side Web Portal and management-side Web Portal support access IP address isolation and port isolation; - The administrator can disable the user plane Web Portal or the management plane web portal as required. - Support HTTP and HTTPS, the administrator can disable HTTP and only provide Https service; - For the logged-in Web page, the session valid range is only valid for the currently accessed page, completely eliminating CSRF cross-site attack; Before each version is released, Huawei Cloud Online Professional Web Vulnerability Scanning Service is used to scan vulnerabilities and repair the latest released vulnerabilities in time; - Https TLS only opens the encryption algorithm suite that is recognized as safe in the industry. 02. Account & Password Protection Security Design - Login authentication has a built-in anti-violence cracking mechanism, and the user enters the wrong password five times in a row within 3 minutes, and the account will be automatically locked. - Session identification in login is generated by using the interface of OpenSSL high-strength random function RAND_bytes () to prevent random information from being hit by the simulator. 03. Transmission security design - In the transmission process, Raysync is protected by Hash verification at the transmission message level, file block, and the whole file to ensure the integrity of the transmission content. - TLS 1.3 is used for end-to-end encryption between the and the Raysync server to prevent man-in-the-middle attacks in the network. - Raysync only needs to expose one port to the outside, which can meet all users' access and greatly reduce the risk of firewall port exposure. Whether transmitting , scheduling many small files in batches, or sending individual files as needed, it is very important to choose safe file transmission software.
Our industry is often described in terms like "accelerated" or "high-performance". Sounds great: everyone wants what they are waiting for happens faster. Customers will naturally come to us for . But when it comes to moving data across networks, there are many moving parts. File transfer software is also one of them. No software can move data faster than basic hardware. Therefore, if you think your data should run faster, the first thing to look at is the telecom provider. If you have an upstream speed of 100 Mbps, and the system at the other end has at least a downstream speed of 100 Mbps, and the speed reaches 90 Mbps, then you don't need . The utilization rate reaches 90% (taking into account the network overhead), so the only way to increase the speed is to increase the line speed. Remember, upgrading only one end does not help: the data path is only as fast as its slowest link. If you don’t seem to be filling the data pipe, make sure the width of the pipe is the same as you think. More than half of the people who contacted us did not have accurate information about their internet connection speed. The differences between uplink and downlink speeds, corporate bureaucracy, bonded links, and outdated telecommunications contracts often lead to expectations exceeding reality. At least at some point, transferring data to a nearby server or using a public test site allows you to quickly estimate the capabilities of the network. Also, remember that you may not be the only user of these links: bandwidth is a shared resource, and various devices may require you not to exceed your fair share. Even if the hardware is not fully utilized, there are still many software bottlenecks that will limit your speed. Firewalls and antivirus software may decide that your data flow is not worth it quickly. It can be particularly frustrating to keep track of these restrictions when they are based on obscure "heuristic" rules or long-forgotten configurations made by people who have not worked in your company for years. The solves a very specific problem: the insufficient use of hardware due to the inefficient transfer protocol. In other words, TCP (and many so-called "acceleration" solutions) often fails to meet the requirements. Data transfer optimization aims to make utilization as close to 100% as possible. So before you ask if this will make the file transfer faster, ask yourself where the 100% benchmark is. If you want to use file transfer acceleration software, you can try . The transfer speed is hundreds of times faster than FTP and HTTP. It maximizes the bandwidth without affecting other network traffic. Cross-regional and international big data replication and migration Or archive, at least 100TB of data can be transferred every day.
When using FTP to , there is no need to perform complex conversions on files, so FTP is much faster than any other method to exchange data. The combination of Internet and FTP means that every networked computer has a huge backup file library, which is an advantage that a single computer cannot match. However, this also causes a shortcoming of FTP, that is, users cannot understand the contents of the file before the file is "downloaded" to the local. The so-called download is to transfer software, text, pictures, images, and sound information on the remote host to the local hard disk. File transfer service is a real-time online service. When performing file transfer services, you must first log in to the other party's computer. After logging in, you can only perform file query and file transfer-related operations. Use FTP to , such as text files, image files, sound files, data compression files, etc. When evaluating secure file transfer applications, companies should pay attention to the following important issues: security, architecture, features, and ease of use, management, reporting, licensing agreements, and total cost of ownership. Since data leaving the boundaries of the company may contain sensitive or confidential information, locking down this data and ensuring that only approved recipients can receive the information should be a key criterion. Security evaluation involves examining the product from multiple aspects, including the overall architecture, data storage and protection, user authentication, permissions and roles, administrator-definable policies, and even how an application gets the underlying platform and current status. There is security configuration support. Besides,it is also necessary to test whether it can defend against common vulnerabilities, such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting attacks are very important for any public-facing application. The overall architecture and design method of the solution can reflect the manufacturer's plans and ideas in the product to a large extent. Good product developers build products for today’s needs, but they must anticipate tomorrow’s needs. When reviewing any secure file transfer architecture, companies should pay attention to how vendors deal with encryption, flexibility, upgradeability, support for , network outages, and policies. In addition, it is also important to consider issues such as integration and expansion of existing applications, customizability, performance, user and system management, product platform support, and programming interfaces. In addition, it is necessary to consider whether the application design is logical, whether the components can be well matched, and whether the secure file transfer application adapts to the existing infrastructure. A well-designed user interface is essential to the success and effective use of any technology. The more friendly the interface of a system, the more likely it is to be adopted. Important elements of the secure transfer application interface include whether the screen is tidy, whether the control is intuitive, whether the text is clearly expressed, and whether the appearance and feel are generally consistent. These elements directly affect the adoption of the transfer scheme, and the easiest to use tool will most likely be accepted by the end-user. Two important aspects are involved when managing a scheme: user management and system configuration. Basic user management rules include: minimizing copies of information (for example, in a multi-user database), using existing identity and access management databases, and making automated systems run as much as possible without continuous IT intervention. Flexible system configuration and settings can enable companies to more closely match and support existing strategies and processes. After deploying a secure file transfer program, the report becomes an important tool for understanding the utilization of the program and audit support. Compliance requirements may require the generation of reports to meet legal regulations or to meet internal usage guidelines and company supervision. The ability to monitor user activity and in-depth analysis of real activity can help identify or correct non-compliant activities and processes, and meet corporate file sharing restrictions. License agreement and total cost of ownership Companies implementing secure file transfer tools can enable users to send sensitive files and data through secure channels in new ways. Although this function may meet the needs of some individuals or individual departments at the beginning, the scale of its implementation tends to increase. Firewall rules: strictly limit the scope of the file transfer Restricting the scope of file transfer channels is the basic rule used by firewalls, but once you have designated one or several systems as your sFTP hub, make sure of the following issues: Only the sFTP traffic system permitted by the rules can pass through the firewall; only the remote approved system can be used as the source or destination of sFTP packets; SFTP is the only encrypted traffic that passes through the firewall of these systems. Although SFTP traffic is encrypted, it is an opaque management tool, so you need to make sure that it is the only opaque traffic that flows to and from these systems. Most organizations have no need to communicate with external entities or do a list of rapid growth or system changes for the secure transfer of bulk files. So if you really need frequent or rapid changes, you may need to use some security coordination tools to adjust the necessary rules to the source or destination. Use host tools Considering the rest of your environment, you need to carefully consider host-based mitigation methods. Security and system management vendors have changed in recent years, introducing analysis into their host-based system monitoring tools. In particular, some have been found to be used both in normal behavior patterns, such as operating system service calls (must be used by malicious software, enterprise internal personnel, and external attackers), as well as abnormal situations on the system that have the least impact on performance. Running host-based abnormal behavior detection can reduce the movement of sensitive data into unauthorized channels. Don’t pay attention to content, pay attention to network behavior In addition to the host, network behavior analysis can also find changes in data streams, even the content of encrypted data streams that some tools cannot see. Since they can see the number, destination, and duration of data flows out of the system, these tools can help monitor data leakage in the process. It is difficult to effectively use this system, especially when identifying the "normal" early stages of traffic; such as intrusion detection systems, data leakage prevention systems, and network behavior analysis tools are all prone to "false positives", which reminds us to judge which Is abnormal behavior. Security personnel needs to spend extra time to learn these systems or use some kind of professional service to deal with this time-consuming work. The security team also needs to determine and follow the security process, continuously improve the early warning and response rules based on the alert assessment, and gradually reduce the number of false clicks. Be your own middleman The most extreme way to prevent leaks is to open all encrypted traffic that flows through the relevant part of the network of equipment capacity capable of performing these middleman functions. The encrypted traffic in these devices faces internally and ends at the system, while the channel faces externally and ends at the other end of the data flow. The channel will encrypt and decrypt it. It can then use deep packet inspection tools to analyze the content sensitivity and mark it as suspicious, and then completely block or allow it to pass. If allowed, the traffic will be re-encrypted and sent to the destination. This is a very computationally intensive task and very expensive. However, by checking all incoming and outgoing encrypted traffic, the risk of data being hidden in the encrypted data stream can be significantly reduced. This can introduce their own reasonable risks, so the scope of encrypted data stream capture needs to be carefully defined and discussed with enterprise risk managers. If this range needs to be extended to cover user endpoint devices and non-sFTP encrypted streams, then users need to know that their encrypted traffic may be exposed to IT personnel. and large data islands.
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