Tag: Data

Managing Data in the Digital Age

Every time you get a new phone, computer or tablet, you look at its storage capacity and think: “that should be plenty.” Every time, within a few months or years you’re getting alerts about low storage on your phone. Maybe you keep things in a cloud storage system, but how secure is that, really? Instead you invest in external hard drives that pile up and gather dust. Where you used to have an overflowing filing cabinet, now you have an overflowing desktop. What to do with all that data?

Destroy Old Data      

First and foremost, empty your trash. It sounds basic, but it’s harder in a digital environment than a physical one. Digital messes are much easier to ignore than real life ones. A filing cabinet full to bursting is impossible to ignore but a hard drive that’s cluttered with old or unnecessary data is practically invisible. Don’t just move …

Challenges Faced in the Data Integration Process

In the process of data integration, setting up the pragmatic prospects can become a challenge. For an agency, the primary goal is to set realistic figures and analysis. A unified and comprehensive data is to be presented by conjuring a perfect coordination from diverse databases, sources, and equipment. There must be a smooth functioning alliance of information while operating with data integration solutions.

However, in this field, as the data integration progresses, all the requirement and the challenges can be analyzed in the data requirement stage itself. Some of the common challenges faced are:

1. Heterogeneous data
The coordination of large data files and information from a varied system can become a task at some stage. The production of inheriting systems is completely different from conventional databases. Unlike conventional systems the inherit systems keeps on adding new data in order to increase the value. A system varies for copying data …