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Integrated Operations Management JP1

Need to easily and securely transfer large files?

JP1/Data Highway securely sends large files at high speeds over the Internet. You can send multiple video files, backed-up data files, and more at the same time, even when each of the files is several hundred gigabytes in size. Large files can be transferred very efficiently because you do not need to split them. File transfers can be made more secure through means such as restricting who is able to receive the files and encrypting transmissions (by using HTTPS) to prevent eavesdropping. Furthermore, you can prevent files from being sent to unintended or unapproved recipients by implementing an approval process that allows you to verify whether the file to be transferred is correct. Because file transfers are performed via a web browser and thus do not require a dedicated line or special hardware, JP1/Data Highway can be introduced quickly and inexpensively.

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Safely transfer huge amounts of data at high speeds

Safely transfer huge amounts of data at high speeds

Product overview

Control email recipients and safely transfer files via the Internet.

Benefits of the product

  • By using JP1/Data Highway, you can send files over the Internet via encrypted transmission routes (HTTPS). This method both reduces the risk of data loss or theft and avoids shipping costs, which would be a factor if you had to resort to sending the data physically, such as by using a courier service.
  • You can transfer large files without having to split them (as is necessary when sending such files via other methods, such as email attachment). If a transfer fails, it is automatically re-executed only for the data that failed to be transferred, which reduces the number of files that must be resent.
  • By linking JP1/Data Highway with JP1/Automatic Job Management System 3, you can automate file transfer operations in conjunction with other tasks to reduce the necessary workload. You can even specify that files be transferred whenever a specific trigger event occurs (for example, whenever a file is received).

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