I'm a really nice guy and usually don't point out what is HOPEFULLY just an oversite on someone elses part but this is just TOO ridiculous and WRONG to let go.
This article on ComputerWorld.com starts off in very wrong way. To quote:
For years, file transfer protocol has been the standard for file transfer security. While FTP still offers the gold standard in security over the Internet,Since when did FTP become the gold standard in security? Since when did FTP offer any form or security?
I really, really, really hope that the writer meant SSH or SFTP instead of FTP. I really hope that he wasn't quoting from a press release that was sent to him by the company who has finally solved all of our file transfer woes. I really hope that he retracts this statement and corrects this error.