batch file transfer

batch file transfer

The consecutive transmission of two or more files.
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The introduction of the new batch integration feature makes it possible for enterprise applications to carry out a structured batch approach using the same engine use to send individual files securely and eliminating the risk usually associated with batch file transfer.
They now require a blended solution that protects all their data - gateway and desktop email, stored and laptop data, instant messaging sessions, FTP and batch file transfer.
0 - secures automated server-to-server, batch file transfer, and FTP so bulk data is encrypted and safe.
According to the Gartner Group, more than 80 percent of the information between companies is exchanged via batch file transfer rather than real-time mechanisms.
Interactive Communication Engine: Trickle Data Exchange - Batch File Transfer - Store- or Home- Office-Initiated Polling - Generic Piggy-Back Message Routing - Open IP Interface for Internet Access - Pre-Dial Payment Authorization - Redundant Network/Authorization Access - Data Distribution and Replications - Network Configurability
Completed requests are delivered through a choice of e-mail, Internet-based system, batch file transfer, fax, mail, or any combination of methods based on client preferences.
Customization of file transfer through application-initiation file transfer, batch file transfer, on-demand file transfer or automated file transfer can ensure your data is moving appropriately for your business environment.
In addition, RUMBA for the AS/400 supports batch file transfer, giving users the ability to move multiple files between PC and AS/400 systems at pre-scheduled dates and times.
In addition, RUMBA Access/400 supports batch file transfer, giving users the ability to move multiple files between PC and AS/400 systems at prescheduled dates and times.
This product allows unattended, host initiated batch file transfer between S/390 Mainframes and Windows NT Servers.