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Enterprise Data Management: What You Need to Know
Enterprises analyze the data collected in the development process and then put into work to promote decision-making, improve efficiency, and plan the company's development direction. This means that enterprises must collect data, turn it into valuable information, and store it in a safe but still accessible location. Unfortunately, many enterprises didn't plan and manage the data in the early stage, but now they see that the data is growing and changing every day, but they are helpless. According to IDC data, enterprises are managing a large amount of data that is growing at an annual rate of 40%. Companies are not only processing more data, but the types of data are expanding. The data stream contains many unstructured data such as inventory figures, financial information, product promotional videos, promotional pictures, and so on. All these different data types need to be centralized, organized, and accessible, and usable by businesses. So, what is enterprise data management? Enterprise Data Management describes the ability of an organization to integrate, manage, protect, and distribute data from multiple data streams. This includes the ability to transmit data accurately and securely between partners and subsidiaries. Effective EDM is not easy, it can only be achieved by fully understanding your data and implementing an intelligent EDM strategy. Enterprise data management involves many parts, including: Data Governance – Data governance refers to policies and processes to ensure data integrity, quality, and security. It is a close relative of data management and covers guidelines on policy implementation, overall responsibility, and governance authority. In short, data governance establishes an organization's data laws and how, when, and by whom to enforce them. Data Integration – Enterprise data integration means moving and integrating all kinds of enterprise data into an accessible location. This is a key component that enables companies to access and use all the different data forms. Data Security – Security is an integral part of any data-related strategy. Data security usually refers to the measures taken to ensure that data are protected at all stages of its life cycle, including data at rest and data in transit. This protection involves not only anti-theft and anti-leakage measures but also the work of maintaining data integrity and preventing damage or destruction. All these factors need to be considered, and now we can draw up an enterprise data management strategy: Perform Assessment – Enterprises need to have a clear understanding of their data flows and the types of data they have in order to develop effective data management strategies. This work may be time-consuming, but it is a valuable and important process, which can help to ensure that the management methods adopted are completely matched with the data. Defining Deliverables – Data management may be a vague term. It is important for companies to outline what they hope to accomplish by implementing enterprise data management. What is the ultimate goal? How to measure success? The demand for data is sometimes overwhelmed, and some data items may be very large. In this case, the phased method of step-by-step delivery can work well. Identify Standards, Policies, and Procedures – Standards, policies, and procedures are invaluable guides to keep data where it is needed and help prevent data corruption, security breaches, and data loss. Investing in the Right People and Technology – Knowing the skills of managing data is not everyone's strong point. It is better to have in-house or consulting experts who have experience in building enterprise data management system. Their knowledge reserve can help enterprises manage data better. Similarly, it is necessary to deploy a set of excellent data transmission management software for enterprises, which can help enterprises to transmit stored data efficiently, safely, and stably.
2020-10-29
A Complete Strategy for Enterprise Data Migration
Enterprises are growing, and they want to move data flexibly and quickly anywhere, from server to server, from environmental testing to quality assurance, from one data center to another. In fact, data center migration is still one of the most worrying tasks for enterprises. Even with accurate planning, there are always some things that will go wrong, resulting in IT downtime. Tools that support rapid migration and have no data security problems are the tools that enterprises urgently need. Traditional migration will bring great risks In the past, people migrated data through hard disks. Later,they migrated data or applications manually through the network, just like normal end users copied data from one folder to another in principle. This is usually done at night or on weekends because services and data are not available in a short time. However, with the increase of data volume and the requirement of availability, this type of migration is gradually abandoned. Successful data migration requires new solutions Raysync is a software-based solution based on UDP transfer protocol, which breaks through the traditional network transfer limitation. It makes up for the shortcomings of FTP, HTTP or CIFS, and makes the most of the network bandwidth, with a utilization rate of over 96% and a transfer speed increase of 100X times, thus efficiently solving the problems of network delay and packet loss. Even in the long-distance, cross-border and poor network environment, it can still provide reliable, safe and stable accelerated transfer services. In the process of data migration, due to network failure, hardware equipment and other reasons, the transfer task was forced to be suspended. Raysync breakpoint resume technology retained the transmitted data and resumed it reasonably after the network was restored, effectively ensuring the integrity of data transmfer. Raysync adopts AES-256 encryption technology with international top financial level and built-in CVE vulnerability scanning, which adds multiple defense walls for data information, effectively resists external attacks, ensures the privacy of transfer process and ensures the integrity and security of data. How to migrate enterprise data quickly, safely and completely. In today's era of rapid development of the Internet, it is no longer a problem.
2020-07-31
Fast File-sharing with Only One Click
In this digital age with advanced technology, people always hope to share files and move data quickly through the flexible movement of the mouse. From server to server, from the test environment to quality assurance, from one data center to another. In fact, despite the use of a hybrid cloud environment, the efficiency and security of file sharing still worry enterprises. Even if an accurate plan is designed, it is always possible that the value of files will be devalued due to transfer efficiency problems, and data leakage will be caused by the uncontrollable transfer. File-sharing with only one click This sounds very simple, but in practice, you will find that a large number of components and IT technologies based on file-sharing are needed. Speed is thr top technology Speed is the basis of mining the value of file sharing. Raysync ultra-high-speed transfer protocol independently developed by Raysync is an in-depth study of transfer performance based on UDP, which breaks through the defects of traditional FTP and HTTP transfer and further improves the transfer rate by 100X, and the bandwidth utilization rate reaches over 96%, thus easily meeting the technical transfer requirements of TB-level large files and massive small files, and providing a perfect file sharing carrier. Bank-standard security protection File sharing is facing a high risk of data leakage. Whether it is the past hard disk movement or the current cloud interaction, the security problem of file sharing has never been eliminated due to the technological progress. The security control requirements of file sharing in the Internet age are higher and stricter. Based on SSL encryption transfer protocol, Raysync adopts AES-256 encryption technology of international top financial level, and built-in CVE vulnerability scanning adds multiple defense walls for data information, effectively resists external attacks, guarantees the privacy of transmission process, and ensures the integrity and security of file data transfer. Best solution for successful digital transformation For the risk problem of classic file sharing, Raysync puts forward a reasonable file sharing solution, which can effectively solve the problems of file transfer efficiency, security, reliability and compliance, and at the same time, free people from the manual migration of old hardware to new hardware. If you need it, you are welcome to visit Raysync and open a new door to modern file sharing.
2020-07-24
Advantages and Disadvantages of Synchronous and Asynchronous Transmission
Synchronous Transmission Synchronous transmission is the transmission of data in units of data frames. Frame synchronization signals in the form of characters or bit combinations can be used. The transmitter or receiver provides a clock signal dedicated to synchronization. In short-distance high-speed transmission, the clock signal can be transmitted by a dedicated clock line; when the computer network adopts the synchronous transmission method, the clock synchronization signal is often embedded in the data signal frame to achieve clock synchronization between the receiver and the transmitter. In digital communication, synchronization is very important. When the transmitter transmits data information to the receiver through the transmission medium, for example, each time a character data signal is sent, the receiver must recognize the start bit and end bit of the character data signal To correctly read each bit of the data signal of the character at the appropriate time, this is the basic synchronization problem between the receiver and the transmitter. When transmitting data signals in data frames, to ensure the integrity and accuracy of the transmitted signal, in addition to requiring the receiver to be able to recognize the start and end of the signal corresponding to each character , to ensure that the reading starts and ends at the correct time Retrieving the signal means maintaining the integrity of the transmitted signal; it is also required to keep the clock and the transmitter at the same frequency to ensure that the number of signal units reads per unit time is the same, that is, to ensure the accuracy of the transmitted signal. Therefore, when transmitting data signals in data frames, the transmitter is required to take the following two measures for the transmitted signals: ①Add a start signal and a stop signal different from the data signal before and after the corresponding signal of each frame of data; ② Add a clock synchronization signal before the data signal of each frame to control the clock synchronization of the receiver. Asynchronous Transmission Asynchronous transmission is the transmission of data in units of characters, using character synchronization signals in the form of bits. The transmitter and receiver have independent clocks , and neither side provides clock synchronization signals to the other side. . The sender and receiver of the asynchronous transmission do not need to coordinate before the data can be transmitted: the sender can send data at any time, and the receiver must be ready to receive data at any time. The asynchronous transmission mode is generally adopted between the computer host and the input and output devices. Such as a keyboard, a typical RS-232 serial port : the sender can send a character at any time . The Advantages and Disadvantages of Asynchronous and Synchronous Data Transmission 1. Asynchronous transmission is the character-oriented transmission, while the synchronous transmission is bit-oriented. 2. The unit of asynchronous transmission is character and the unit of synchronous transmission is a frame. 3. Asynchronous transmission seizes the opportunity of re-synchronization through the start and stops codes of character start and end, while synchronous transmission extracts synchronization information from the data. 4. The asynchronous transmission has lower requirements on timing, and synchronous transmission often coordinates timing through a specific clock line. 5. Asynchronous transmission is less efficient than synchronous transmission. To Sum Up Both asynchronous transmission and synchronous transmission have the above basic synchronization problem: character synchronization or frame synchronization signals are generally used to identify the start and end of transmitting character signals or data frame signals. The main difference between the two is whether one of the transmitter or receiver sends a clock synchronization signal to the other party.
2020-07-09

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