Many websites around the world have stopped allowing connections from out-of-date browsers, particularly where the publisher (in this case Microsoft) has already ended all security updating. There is no reason to encourage end users to put their systems at risk by using older browsers, or older operating systems for that matter.
FTP Today is therefore dropping support for old IE browsers effective July 19, 2016 at 8:00 AM. Older browsers being dropped include IE6, IE7, IE8, IE9 (except on Vista) and IE10 (except on Windows Server 2012). As Microsoft ends lifecycles of other browser/OS combinations, such as IE9 on Vista that is scheduled for end of life in April 2017, FTP Today will continue to adjust its policy.
Founder of FTP Today and an expert in secure file transfer and Internet protocols. A software and IT geek since a young age, Martin has successfully led his companies through the digital age by spotting market niches and filling them with quality IT services.
On more than one occasion, our clients have asked if it’s possible to map files directly to a computer drive from the FTP Today application, whether that be The FTP Cloud or the GOVFTP Cloud. The process of this is called ‘drive mapping’ throughout the industry, and it is simple to accomplish. Today, we’re going to walk you through how drive mapping works, options for drive mapping, and finally, how to do so with FTP Today.
What is an API (Application Programmable Interface)? The Basics & Benefits
July 19, 2021
Recently, FTP Today launched a new feature as part of our platform called an Application Programming Interface, otherwise known as an API. Don’t be intimidated by the name! An API is useful for many things, and if your organization has access, it’s something you should take advantage of. This blog is meant to give an overview of what an API is and how it works.