New certificate for the applets

Posted by John January - 28 - 2015 - Wednesday ADD COMMENTS

As of Nov 5th, 2016 all older Java Applets versions published by Unlimi-Tech will stop working. An upgrade is required to keep these applets working error free after this date.

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Unlimi-Tech wins 66th Emmy Award.

Posted by John September - 26 - 2014 - Friday ADD COMMENTS

We were recently notified that we were selected for a Technology and Engineering Emmy Award for Secure and Accelerated File Transfer. We never expected this when we started creating FTP software almost 15 years ago. Winning this award validates years of work we put into our file transfer software. Conrgrats to our entire team!

To read more, check our FileCatalyst Blog.

Fix “This application will be blocked…”

Posted by John November - 14 - 2013 - Thursday ADD COMMENTS

With update 7u45 Java announced its intention to introduce new security requirements in an upcoming release by adding the following warning in yellow “This application will be blocked in a future Java security update because the JAR file manifest does not contain the Permissions attribute”

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Required Update to All Applets

Posted by greg April - 11 - 2013 - Thursday ADD COMMENTS

As of March 12th, 2013 all older Java Applets versions published by Unlimi-Tech will stop working. An upgrade is required to keep these applets working error free after this date.

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Tips & Tricks: Internet Explorer and FileCatalyst Applets

Posted by greg December - 17 - 2012 - Monday ADD COMMENTS

When a FileCatalyst applet is loaded in a user’s computer the Internet Explorer 9 may show following warning: “FileCatalyst wants to use an old version of java (1.6.0_18) that is not installed on your system. We recommend running this application with the latest version of Java on your computer”.

This is caused by IE not being not able to properly interpret certain components of JavsScript code. To fix this problem a small change should be made to applet configuration file (for example fcdownload.js).

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Yep, We Still Work with Java 7!

Posted by greg June - 5 - 2012 - Tuesday ADD COMMENTS

Recently, we have had tickets raised in our support system asking about compatibility with Java 1.7 (Java 7 SE). After Java moved to 1.7 over a year ago, we indeed needed to upgrade our applets to maintain compatibility. However, this change was made within days and we have been compatibile ever since. If you are experiencing a problem with Java 7, you may not have upgraded yet.

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BET chooses FileCatalyst Webmail

Posted by greg April - 25 - 2012 - Wednesday ADD COMMENTS

Leading into the 2012 NAB show, Unlimi-Tech is pleased to announce that Black Entertainment Television (BET), a leading North American provider of quality entertainment, music, news and public affairs television programming, has adopted FileCatalyst Webmail to consolidate its expanding file transfer needs.

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DramaFever Uses FileCatalyst to Send Large Media Files

Posted by greg November - 17 - 2011 - Thursday ADD COMMENTS

DramaFever, the leading online distributor of Asian Video Entertainment, has chosen FileCatalyst Direct for accelerated file transfer. FileCatalyst was chosen for its combination of automation tools and fast file transfer, allowing for rapid turnaround from original broadcast to online availability.

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Case Study: FileCatalyst and Canadian Cloud

Posted by greg September - 13 - 2011 - Tuesday ADD COMMENTS

Recently, FileCatalyst had a great opportunity to be a part of Canada 3.0, a digital media forum with over 2,000 participants discussing and shaping Canada’s digital landscape.

Canadian Cloud Computing has released the case study, which can be found in its original form at CCC’s website: “The Road to Banff leads through the Cloud“

FileCatalyst used in Gbps download demonstration

Posted by greg June - 20 - 2011 - Monday ADD COMMENTS

Cable giant Comcast recent used our FileCatalyst technology to demonstrate its latest broadband offering. Read about it over at our sister blog here