Data Synchronization

Definition updated on November 2023

What is data synchronization?

The practice of combining data from many sources, programs, and devices while ensuring consistency is known as data synchronization. The process is continuous for both fresh and old data. Data modification and updating are frequently an application's primary functions. However, you need to be careful to ensure that any changes made to data in an application are transmitted to other systems that depend on that data. All the systems that have access to data can be brought into harmony and consistency through data synchronization. Every company will be somewhat worried about the synchronization of its data. Due to the expanding use of mobile devices, data synchronization has become a growing business concern. User's personal data, such as email, and any operational data they may use must be synchronized. Data synchronization avoids data conflicts, which can lead to mistakes and bad, unreliable data. A wide range of operational tasks, including security and compliance, depend on synchronized, reliable data. Performance, reputation, and cost-efficiency will all improve for organizations whose data quality can be trusted.

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