The development efforts of the whole JSCAPE team and its engineering professionals were focused this year on releasing an entirely new web-based administrative interface. This newly designed administrative interface is replacing the Java-based client that previous iterations relied on. It will also allow for the server to be managed with any up-to-date web browser -- even the browsers found on Android and iOS mobile devices.
"Over the past year we have successfully migrated all of our enterprise file transfer solutions to a web based platform," says JSCAPE Product Manager
Some of the notable enhancements that were made to the new MFT Server 9.0 include improved AS2 support, and also the ability to download massive file collections easily as a simple ZIP archive while using a web client.
For those interested in this new version, and for those who wish to upgrade their software to the state-of-the-art iteration of the JSCAPE MFT Server, the JSCAPE Help Desk can be contacted for assistance.
For more information on the products JSCAPE offers, please visit jscape.com.
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