The Secure Upload Project for Fiber-Tech Inc. was the second phase of the Fiber-Tech CMS Implementation. This was a challenge. We had to accept very large internet files from clients securely but we had to minimize bandwidth use. Problem was, my Dad didn’t want to wait to download these huge files. He really was trying to get me to have them upload right to Fiber-Tech’s main server. I refused because there were way too many security vulnerabilities associated with uploading to a server that ran Active Directory, Email, and other services. So instead I used Lynn Schattner with Cyber Solutions to program a form that I could embed via IFRAME. It turned out pretty good, the only thing that really stinks is that they couldn’t get it to work with Firefox due to a software limitation. All in all, many engineers use Internet Explorer so it wasn’t a major down turn for the most part.
I helped develop the application plan and design. You can view the document below, or you can look at the live site here: http://www.fiber-techinc.com/upload-a-file/