Most people do not realize that data occupies physical space, even if people imagine them as merely bits and bytes in the digital realm. Data is stored on hard drives, and these drives have a physical presence, which brings a number of responsibility and privacy implications. Before an organization begins to collect data, it must develop a sound capability for data management. This resource provides an overview of approaches an organization can implement to ensure data is stored, managed, and accessed in a responsible, secure, and protected manner.
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There are a myriad of skills, tools, and methods required to collect, store, and utilize data. This guide examines a few of the critical building blocks necessary for your data practice.
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