With the Compression integration, you can compress and extract your files quickly and easily.
Data compression is the process of encoding, restructuring, or otherwise modifying data to reduce its size. Fundamentally, it involves re-encoding information using fewer bits than the original representation.
The main advantages of compression are reductions in storage hardware, data transmission time, and communication bandwidth. This can result in significant cost savings. Compressed files require significantly less storage capacity than uncompressed files, meaning a significant decrease in expenses for storage. A compressed file also requires less time for transfer while consuming less network bandwidth. This can also help with costs, and also increases productivity.
With the Compression integration, you can take advantage of speedy and secure processing to minimize the impact of intensive compression jobs.
For more information, see Automation Hub.