The Diplomat Sandbox, deployed in a private cloud, allows visitors to see how easy it is to set up secure file transfer jobs without the hassle of downloading, installing and configuring software. If visitors don’t know which secure file transfer product to try, they can get a recommendation by answering a few questions about their file transfer needs.
“Coviant Software wanted to offer unique features on their web site that would help visitors quickly understand which Diplomat Managed File Transfer product would best fit their needs and then give them a way to immediately experience the product,” said
Visitors to the Diplomat Sandbox can:
• View all the features of Diplomat Managed File Transfer products.
• Create, import, and export OpenPGP keys.
• Set up and test connections to FTP, SFTP, FTPS, HTTP, and HTTPS servers.
• Set up file transfer jobs.
• Generate reports.
• Use the job monitor to see job status, job history and file history.
“We believe that Diplomat Managed File Transfer products are easier to use and deploy than other secure file transfer products. The web site redesign gave us the opportunity to create ways a prospective customer could experience that ease-of-use without downloading and installing an application,”
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