Trubiquity Technology Blog

Collaboration & Visibility Technology Bring Value to Global Enterprise

Despite cultural, legal, technological and geographic barriers, today’s manufacturers must join forces to drive product innovation and competitiveness. In an environment of strategic alliances, joint venture partnerships and global supply chains, companies’ need fast and easy access to a secure working environment that fosters collaboration, visibility and process efficiency. For global manufacturers, the ability to control and monitor the flow of information among their internal and external business boundaries regardless of the platform, system, or applications used by their partners and/or suppliers is essential.

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Posted by: Karen Bieniek on February 28th, 2014

Why MFT beats email – Part 6 – Compliance

When collaborating between group partners, or with key suppliers and customers, data compliance is as important as security. The transfer of data must be inline with industry regulations or internal business guidelines – something which is difficult to achieve when email is the transfer medium of choice.

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Posted by: Karen Bieniek on December 23rd, 2013

Why MFT beats email – Part 5 – Document Version Control

If a file needs to be transferred from point A to point B as quickly as possible, most employees attach it to an email and fire it across. Where a disparate team is working on a project however, the file may be sent from point A to points B, C, D and E, creating 4 new versions of that document.

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Posted by: Karen Bieniek on December 16th, 2013

Why MFT beats email – Part 4 – Increased Corporate Responsibility

Collaboration between business units improves internal efficiency, just as working more closely with supply chain partners to share data can improve time to market, product development and order fulfilment. The method of transferring this information can further improve operational efficiency, particularly if email is removed as the default mechanism.

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Posted by: Karen Bieniek on December 9th, 2013

Why MFT beats email – Part 3 – Email Storage

Facilitating access to relevant data is essential to successful collaboration both inside the company network and out. Businesses who share data with customers and suppliers enjoy closer working relationships and can often be more proactive in their dealing for the benefit of both parties.

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Posted by: Karen Bieniek on December 2nd, 2013

Why MFT beats email – Part 2 – File Transfer Auditing

Access to data for collaborative working is essential for businesses who want tighter integration with customers and suppliers. As covered in Part 1 of this series, emailing files may allow for quick and easy transmission of information, but it also has problems in terms of security. This time we look at another serious shortcoming of email – auditability.

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Posted by: Karen Bieniek on November 25th, 2013

Why MFT beats email – Part 1 – File Security

In a knowledge economy, access to data is critical to success. Employees, partners and customers all need simple and quick methods to use, share and collaborate on data assets. Often this is done simply by emailing files, but there are several pitfalls to this approach.

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Posted by: Karen Bieniek on November 18th, 2013

Key Elements of Successful Collaboration in the Aerospace & Defense Sector

Information sharing and collaboration across the entire supply chain, from Primes to Tier 4 contractors, are vital elements to the growth of the Aerospace and Defense industry. Aerospace sector companies can leverage their collaborative working strengths to take advantage of the numerous opportunities available both domestically and in developing countries.

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Posted by: Karen Bieniek on November 11th, 2013