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Clear Data Management Plan Needed to Improve IT Protection

9:17 AM MDT | October 20, 2008 | Esther D’Amico in King of Prussia

The typical chemical company generates a high volume of data from disparate sources—including databases, e-mail, shared drives, document management systems, and video surveillance. Much of the data will be “unstructured,” or not categorized in fields or tagged, for example, and so it provides no common framework for use. Also, some of the data will be considered intellectual property (IP), which needs to be protected from falling into the wrong hands. Such concerns have accelerated the need for clear and explicit data management practices and...

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