file transfer

what is best method of file transfer in enterprise which has 9000 computers when USB drive is disabled
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Matt MinorTechnical Systems AnalystCommented:
We use cloud storage with authentication for security.

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Mr TorturSystem EngineerCommented:
over the LAN...!
with robocopy if needed.
techpAuthor Commented:
yes on LAN
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Mr TorturSystem EngineerCommented:
Please give us some detail for us to help you.

what is your goal here? Transfer which type of files to your 9000 computers or doing what?
If you keep your question like that the answer is : there is not one method, it depends of what you need to do.
techpAuthor Commented:
out of 9000 users , average 3000 users use USB for their official ppurpose , transfering files etc . If USB blocks , what option they can have to get their work done ?
Steven VonaCommented:
1) A file server

2) FTP

3) Cloud

You are still giving very limited information.  What files are they transferring, where are they transferring them to, and for what purpose?
techpAuthor Commented:
like one employee goes to another dept , and he wants to show his files , easiest method is connect usb drive and show . if usb drive is disabled , what can be done
Gerald ConnollyCommented:
Setup a file server, or probably lots of file servers based around organisational lines. This will be much easier to use than USB and will also provide the required security.

How big are the files and do your users need to share this info to just specific individuals or lots of other staff? Are we talking spreadsheets or other data, what is it they are sharing
Mr TorturSystem EngineerCommented:
ok. Well, this is just file sharing between several person in the same company, again, sorry to insist, the better way would be network file sharing.
You could have a folder or more dedicated to file exchange with a read/write access to everybody.
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