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Category: Data management
30 October, 2012
Because of the rapid speed that data can be carried and analysed with online data management, governments and charities can respond quickly and accurately to humanitarian crises.
Governments can also predict crises and use preventative measures before there is a huge public outcry.
Using social media, analysts can see the topics and themes that are 'trending'. This gives those in power an immediate and accurate indication of the mood of the public.
An example of this is the recent riots in London. Through social networking sites and mobile phone use, the police could track where the riots would be and who the perpetrators were.
Charities can analyse where their help is needed the most through social media and spending in certain areas.
US organisation aWhere uses online data management to track pools of stagnant water in developing nations that could become breeding grounds for malaria-carrying mosquitoes.
Through use of satellites, the organisation can send out appropriate help to prevent disaster.
Information is critical to the successful running of most businesses. When it comes to the secure deletion of end-of-life data, Kroll Ontrack has CESG accredited software and hardware you can rely on.
Posted by Polly Button