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TMCNet:  DBSync Launches File Replication for Cloud CRM

[January 30, 2014]

DBSync Launches File Replication for Cloud CRM

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 30, 2014 DBSync, a leading provider of cloud replication and integration services, announces the launch of DBSync File Replication. DBSync File Replication will help download Salesforce attachment files, documents, content and chatter feeds into cloud or local file storage. These downloaded files will be kept in sync with those in Salesforce using DBSync File Replication. This is designed to help IT organizations managing Salesforce to seamlessly integrate and extend Salesforce with their other IT assets and comply with regulatory requirements.

The software offers a variety of options for finding and recovering documents using Salesforce and will help companies in archiving, asset management, search, document versioning and tracking. As more and more organizations are using Cloud and On-Premise applications simultaneously, it is important to have controls in place across Cloud applications and data storage to various compliance metrics and can viewed in a single location.

Finally, with DBSync File Replication companies will find it much easier to go through various audit processes like healthcare, SOX IT compliance or FINRA, as DBSync helps processes to adhire to internal controls over data retention, backup and recovery.

Some key features of DBSync File Replication include:    •      Download the files from Salesforce attachments, documents, content & chatter feeds into specified local directories.

   •     Upload these downloaded and edited files back to their respective Salesforce object/record for mentioning.

   •     Use Windows and Unix/Linux friendly commands to deploy in Enterprises.

   •     Ability to backup selective, incremental or complete cloud data.

   •     Provide ability to chose format of directory and file storage.

   •     Enable File Version and Tracking.

   •     Comply with SOX IT controls like sections 302, 404 and 409 and other Healthcare and FINRA regulations.

DBSync CEO Rajeev Gupta commented on the announcement, “We are very excited about the launch of DBSync File Replication. DBSync has been helping Enteprise clients in building datawarehouses, backup and recovery solutions for Salesforce CRM data. Now with DBSync File replication customers will be able to download files from Salesforce files like documents and attachments, track and version it with ease. This will not only assist users manage locally all the files that they work regularly with Salesforce but also help IT within a Salesforce organization to comply with regulation, integrate with there Search engines or other content management software.” About DBSync DBSync is the leading provider of data replication and application integration for the CRM, accounting and data integration markets. With easy to use pre-built maps and powerful Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) capabilities, DBSync enables users to easily link information between leading Cloud and On-premise based CRM (Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics CRM and other popular cloud CRM), Hospital Asset and Case Management applications, accounting applications (QuickBooks, Microsoft, Intacct), along with support for on-premise applications running databases (such as MySQL, Microsoft SQL, Oracle). DBSync provides support, training and consulting services for its integration solutions and is headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee with centers in Bangalore, India. DBSync focuses on providing best of breed integration solutions through its Integration Platform As A Service - iPaaS offering.

For more on DBSync, visit or call 1-877-739-2818.

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