The main concern of every business is to manage their organizational data and keep the information safe to use it wisely. With advancements in technology and changing business trends, huge amounts of data are being generated. This raises questions like how to manage data so that it helps them grow their business and store historical data effectively to gain meaningful insights from the data, optimizing data productivity. Data lakes can address these challenges.

The Main Data Challenge: Velocity X Volume X Variety

What’s driving the increase in DataOps complexity? Although you can argue that data has always been on a growth trajectory, growth has exploded over the past few…


Today’s Salesforce users have more options than ever when integrating customer data with eCommerce, accounting, customer service and marketing SaaS apps. Companies quickly see the advantage as they reduce duplicate entries, helping to optimize the order-to-cash cycle. They can also gain that 360-degree view of customers, putting them heads and shoulders above the competition.

Even with all these options, dataops still hit Salesforce data workflow limitations due to inflexible integration templates and untracked changes to Salesforce metadata. This is especially true when working with SQL and NoSQL databases.

The challenges of cloud-to-SQL or other on-premise connections can have a company…


Learn how to leverage native and third-party apps to meet your compliance, operational and business continuity goals

Like all platforms, your Salesforce instance is not immune to data loss. Many SaaS providers do not provide data recovery services. Currently, Salesforce falls into that group but has indicated that it will reintroduce a service during the summer of 2021. Under these conditions, what should companies do to ensure their Salesforce backups meet their compliance, operational and business continuity goals?

Notably missing from this list are data downloads. We’ve omitted this from the list since it will not capture metadata and it would be time consuming to use this method to download files and other assets.

What we are…


Learn how to leverage native and third-party apps to meet your compliance, operational and business continuity goals

Like all platforms, your Salesforce instance is not immune to data loss. Many SaaS providers do not provide data recovery services. Currently, Salesforce falls into that group but has indicated that it will reintroduce a service during the summer of 2021. Under these conditions, what should companies do to ensure their Salesforce backups meet their compliance, operational and business continuity goals?

Notably missing from this list are data downloads. We’ve omitted this from the list since it will not capture metadata and it would be time consuming to use this method to download files and other assets.

What we are…


Brentwood, TN, April 13, 2021 — DBSync LLC, a leading SaaS data management platform, has received the ranking of #434 on the Financial Times (FT) list of The Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies 2021, moving up from position #476. This recognition comes from the FT and Statista Inc., the world-leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider.

The FT Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies list ranks companies with the strongest compounded annual revenue growth between 2016 and 2019. DBSync grew more than 27% during that period, with an absolute growth rate of over 107%. …


Whether you are a B2C, D2C, B2B, or B2G company, you create SaaS data that falls under privacy laws. Although there is no one-size-fits-all data privacy approach, companies should understand how this data is being collected, used, retained, and safeguarded across their organization and with their partners. Companies should also leverage the fields/attributes offered by their SaaS apps. For example, Salesforce offers data fields such as “Block Geolocation Tracking”, “Don’t Process Preference” and “Don’t Profile Preference”.

Commercially available SaaS data backup and replication solutions are also evolving to provide richer data management tools to meet these requirements. …


As SaaS data management solutions evolve to meet the market’s growing data management and data endpoint needs, the lines are becoming blurred between SaaS backup and replication. The following summarizes the typical SaaS backup and replication features that you are likely to encounter on the market and where these lines become blurred.

Some of the reasons for the market’s evolving needs include the movement towards digitizing businesses, reflected in the increases of SaaS and cloud adoption, along with increasingly ambitious business continuity goals and more demanding regulations. Some key data goals may include:

  • Optimizing DataOps and DevOps time and resources

Public companies and financial organizations face many compliance requirements driven by external regulations or internal requirements. These have far-reaching impacts on IT’s data management and record retention strategies.

To meet these mandates, publicly traded companies, their audit firms, wealth management firms and brokers need to keep abreast of requirements while minimizing the impact on DataOps and DevOps. The following delves into some of these data management challenges.

[Download our financial and privacy compliance guide.]

Not a new regulation but one that changed how businesses operate, SOX was enacted in 2002 in the aftermath of Enron and many other financial scandals…


The Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) industry continues to grow in leaps and bounds — predictions suggesting that the market could grow to $157 billion in 2020.

Rajeev Gupta

As CEO of DBSync, Rajeev has led the strategic emphasis on the integration space, while also ensuring alignment between customer needs and product development.

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