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Generate more leads with the Database + FTP/SFTP integration
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Generate more leads with the Database + FTP/SFTP integration

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Quick summary of Database

A database is an organized collection of structured information or data, generally stored electronically in a computer system.

An essential benefit of using databases is the security of having control from a database management system (DBMS). Together, the data and the DBMS and the applications associated with them are referred to as database systems, often abbreviated to databases only.

The data within the most common types of databases in operation today is typically modeled in rows and columns in a series of tables to make data processing and querying efficient. The data can, therefore, be easily accessed, managed, modified, updated, checked, and organized. Most databases use structured query language (SQL) to write and query data, which is undoubtedly an excellent reason to use this technology.

Quick summary of FTP/SFTP

FTP/SFTP are two different protocols used to transfer data over the internet. FTP, in fact, stands for File Transfer Protocol, and companies all over the world use it to share files with internet users.

These files can be downloaded from an FTP server by people who connects to internet through and FTP client. SFTP - Secure File Transfer Protocol, ensures that the files and data are transferred through a safe stream.

Today, the FTP protocol is considered very unsafe and risky, because data like usernames and passwords are not encrypted during the transfer. However, File transfer protocol without encryption is still the most widely used on internet.


What you can do with Database and FTP/SFTP

Create new FTP/SFTP record in files with Database

Update FTP/SFTP record in files with Database


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