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Digital Data Integrity

Author : David B Little
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How to plan your future strategy for efficient, cost-saving data management Businesses have historically treated data protection as an afterthought, as simply making an occasional copy of data that could be used in the future. Today, this attitude is changing rapidly. The ever-increasing amount of data, along with the emphasis on continuous availability, necessitates changes in the approach to data integrity, which results in management and protection becoming much more closely aligned. Digital Data Integrity throws light on the data integrity landscape of the future. It provides the reader with a brief overview of the historical methods and subsequent evolution of data protection. The text shows how the whole subject of data integrity is changing and describes and positions many of the new, enhanced, more intelligent protection technologies and methods. Digital Data Integrity: Takes a unique, forward look at data protection and management, highlighting the paradigm shift from simple backup and recovery to total data management. Details recent developments in compliance regulations in an accessible manner. Covers enhanced protection technologies such as advanced intelligent synthetic backups, data reduction methods, and data growth – online protection using continuous data protection. Explains data life cycle management and data storage, using management, quality of service products and tools to achieve better data management, intelligent allocation of storage, and compliance with regulations. Contains information on quality control, looking at SLA (Service Level Agreements), protection by business unit and billing/charge back. Unique insight into hot topics such as next generation bare metal recovery and true system provisioning. This invaluable text will provide system administrators, and database administrators, as well as senior IT managers and decision makers with a thorough understanding of data management and protection. With contributions from Ray Schafer and Paul Mayer.

Ensuring the Integrity Accessibility and Stewardship of Research Data in the Digital Age

Author : Institute of Medicine
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As digital technologies are expanding the power and reach of research, they are also raising complex issues. These include complications in ensuring the validity of research data; standards that do not keep pace with the high rate of innovation; restrictions on data sharing that reduce the ability of researchers to verify results and build on previous research; and huge increases in the amount of data being generated, creating severe challenges in preserving that data for long-term use. Ensuring the Integrity, Accessibility, and Stewardship of Research Data in the Digital Age examines the consequences of the changes affecting research data with respect to three issues - integrity, accessibility, and stewardship-and finds a need for a new approach to the design and the management of research projects. The report recommends that all researchers receive appropriate training in the management of research data, and calls on researchers to make all research data, methods, and other information underlying results publicly accessible in a timely manner. The book also sees the stewardship of research data as a critical long-term task for the research enterprise and its stakeholders. Individual researchers, research institutions, research sponsors, professional societies, and journals involved in scientific, engineering, and medical research will find this book an essential guide to the principles affecting research data in the digital age.

Data Integrity Solutions

Author : Kenneth R. Graham
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A Delusional Technology Syndrome (Chapter 1) has facilitated the manifestation of Digital Data Disorders (Chapter 2) that are impacting our lives in very negative ways and thus driving the need for an Information Integrity Imperative for the twenty first century (Chapter 3). There is a new way forward and a new day to prosper that I will cover in the Road to Recovery (Chapter 4). I hope you will gain insight from reading this book and will share your insights with others. I am also confident we the people will establish the appropriate levels of commitment to ensure the information stored and manipulated in thousands of technology systems, that have a high degree of control over the quality of our lives, represent reality in a truthful and fair way. We have not lost our trust in America, nor our form of government, nor our way of life. Maybe we have lost trust in most corporations and politicians who avoid transparency. However, we have not lost trust in the American people, who created the most innovative nation on the face of the planet. I am certain the American people will meet the challenge of Data Integrity and make our nation and the world an even better place for all the digital citizens living in the digital age.

Data Integrity Pocket Guide

Author : Priscilla Browne
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This short book provides an overview of Data integrity within regulated settings such as Medical device and Pharmaceutical industries. Data Integrity applies to both paper based records and electronic records. This pocket book introduces the principles of Data integrity and reliability. It also steps through the requirements of validating automated and computerised systems. This pocket book is an ideal resource for quick reference, training in Data integrity and ensuring the importance of Data integrity throughout an organisation is realised

Assessment of Data Integrity Risks in Public Blockchain Systems

Author : Florian Mair
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Since its first use in 2008, blockchain technology has come a long way. It has developed to distributed virtual machines that execute smart contracts and much more. Blockchains have a potential application in many industries and offer great innovation potential for organizations. With all the opportunities and value new technologies can deliver, the risks are often neglected. This is why in this book, Florian Mair identifies risks to data integrity on blockchains. Further he assesses the differences regarding data integrity among private and public blockchains. Mair has found overall 11 risks which are applicable to public blockchains. But even though some of them got rated as a high risk there is currently no evidence that a blockchain should be considered insecure. The author discusses some actions that can be taken to mitigate the identified risks. In this book: - data security; - risk management; - bitcoin; - risk assessment; - Distributed Ledger Technology

S 1726 Promotion of Commerce Online in the Digital Era Act of 1996 Or Pro CODE Act

Author : United States
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Data Integrity and Compliance

Author : José Rodríguez-Pérez
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Data integrity is a global mandatory requirement for the regulated healthcare industry. It is more than a mere expectation—it’s a basic element of good documentation practices, one of the most fundamental pillars of a quality management system. Robustness and accuracy of the data submitted by manufacturers to regulatory authorities when bringing a medical product to market are crucial. The purpose of this book is to consolidate existing data integrity principles and expectations from several regulatory sources—including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, World Health Organization, and European Medicines Agency—into a single and handy document that provides detailed, illustrative implementation guidance. It serves as a means of understanding regulatory agencies’ position on good data management and the minimum expectation for how medical product manufacturers can achieve compliance.

Recent Advances in Metrology Characterization and Standards for Optical Digital Data Disks

Author : Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers
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Verifying Data Integrity of Electronically Scanned Pressure Systems at the NASA Glenn Research Center

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Business Data Communications

Author : William Stallings
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The fifth edition of this popular book presents the fundamental concepts of data communications, networking, distributed applications, and network management and security; and uses real world case studies to explicate business environment and business management and staff issues. Up-to-date coverage of key issues-the use of the Internet, intranets, and extranets support business objectives, LANs, WANs, high-speed networks, asychronous transfer mode (ATM) and TCP/IP. Accessible presentation for information systems managers, telecommunications managers, product marketing personnel, and system support specialists.

Database Security and Auditing Protecting Data Integrity and Accessibility

Author : Hassan A. Afyouni
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Designed for easy learning, this text is broken into three sections: Security, Auditing and Implementation. Students will fully understand how to implement database security on modern business databases using practical scenarios and step-by-step examples throughout the text. Each chapter ends with exercises and a hands-on project to reinforce and showcase the topics learned. The final chapter of the book allows the students to apply their knowledge in a presentation of four real-world cases using security and auditing.

Modern Digital Electronics

Author : R. P. Jain
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Mobile Computing

Author : David Taniar
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"This multiple-volume publication advances the emergent field of mobile computing offering research on approaches, observations and models pertaining to mobile devices and wireless communications from over 400 leading researchers"--Provided by publisher.

Applications of Optical Digital Data Disk Storage Systems

Author : Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers
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The Digital Interface Handbook

Author : Francis Rumsey
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The Digital Interface Handbook is a thoroughly detailed manual for those who need to get to grips with digital audio and video systems. Now that installations in the broadcasting, multimedia and music industries are increasingly all digital, engineers and operators working in these industries need to become more familiar with digital interfaces, their benefits and pitfalls. Digital interfaces are the key to maintaining programme quality throughout the signal chain. In The Digital Interface Handbook Francis Rumsey and John Watkinson bring together their combined expertize to shed light on the differences between audio interfaces such as AES/EBU SPDIF, SDIF, MADI and other manufacturer-specific implementations, showing how to make devices 'talk to each other' in the digital domain despite their subtle differences. They also include detailed coverage of all the regularly used digital video interfaces. Anyone who has spent half a day wondering why two tape recorders will not communicate needs this book! A great deal more information on digital video will be found in this updated, second edition. Now that the subject is reaching a greater degree of standardization, and equipment is entering service in greater quantities, it is possible to include more on the practical applications of video, including how to go about installing equipment, including a discussion of cable lengths.

Data and Computer Communications

Author : William Stallings
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This timely revision of an all-time best-seller in the field features the clarity and scope of a Stallings classic. This comprehensive volume provides the most up-to-date coverage of the essential topics in data communications, networking, Internet technology and protocols, and standards - all in a convenient modular format. Features updated coverage of multimedia, Gigabit and 10 Gbps Ethernet, WiFi/IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs, security, and much more. Ideal for professional reference or self-study. For Product Development personnel, Programmers, Systems Engineers, Network Designers and others involved in the design of data communications and networking products.

Digital Technical Journal

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American Banker

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Electronic Government

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BSI Standards Catalogue

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