- Why Sharetru?
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Recognizing a void of multi-user FTP/SFTP services in the web hosting marketplace, Founder Martin Horan begins researching hardware and software technology that he can use to offer hosted file transfer services to the business community.
Official Launch of FTPTODAY.COM
The Next Generation; FTP Today moves cloud operations to custom built dedicated servers in Silicon Valley.
FTP Today moves from FTP Hosting to Software-as-a-Service with an in-house Application Development department to begin developing its own intellectual property. Re-architects its infrastructure from the ground up.
FTP Today launches proprietary platform re-engineered on a VMware private cloud and a custom hardware and software stack. FTP Today migrates all customers to its new platform.
The first version of the File Transfer Web App is released into production, replacing Java applet technology used since 2001.
Continued development allows authenticated users to share secure links to their downloadable files with anyone — no username or password required.
FTP Today launches its software stack on a FedRAMP Authorized infrastructure and platform managed by Rackspace Government Soutions. The new GOVFTP CLOUD is built to share sensitive data with the most stringent U.S. government security and compliance requirements, such as FedRAMP, NIST 800-171and DoD workloads.
FTP Today, Inc. becomes a C-Corporation and plans out its next five years of bootstrapped growth to begin exploring M&A opportunities.
Due to the overwhelming success in serving Government, Defense and Aerospace industries since 2018, FTP Today re-launches its GOVFTP CLOUD in Plano, TX by partnering with DataBank in their flagship data center on their FedRAMP Authorized infrastructure and platform.
FTP Today becomes SOC2 Type I certified, with its GOVFTP platform in scope after being assessed for Security and Availability as of October 31, 2021.
FTP Today Rebrands to Sharetru and receives its SOC 2 Type II certification for the period ending October 31, 2022.