Tag Archives: data

Fragmented or Centralized Data

I read a piece recently that talks about the hassles of copying data multiple times for different applications. In my experience, I haven’t seen this to be the main problem with data. It’s not often that we might replicate, in … Continue reading

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Is Data the Future of the Vibrant Web?

Data privacy is a fascinating subject. Since the GDPR was passed, I’ve had a lot of conversations with people about the GDPR and the way different people feel varies dramatically. Moreover, the way an individual feels often varies depending on … Continue reading

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Protecting Data Between Services

I saw an announcement this week that Microsoft is shutting down their HealthVault service, where someone might have chosen to store their medical records in a way that it could be shared with health professionals, but an individual could maintain … Continue reading

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Republish – Normal Data

Busy today at the InfoSec conference, so republishing Normal Data.

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