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Mary Shacklett

Mary E. Shacklett is a contributing writer to Datamation and Enterprise Storage Forum. She's also president of Transworld Data, and as an IT consultant and analyst has covered every aspect of IT with more than 1,000 published articles She has a B.S. degree in Comparative Literature and Education from the University of Wisconsin, an M.A. degree in American Studies from the University of Southern California, and a JD degree from William Howard Taft University in Orange County, CA. In her spare time, Mary writes fiction, plays jazz, and manages a 75-acre forest.

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What is Data Management? | Importance & Examples

Data management is the process of collecting, organizing, and maintaining data. Learn about its importance and how it can help your business.
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What is Cloud Compliance? | A Comprehensive Guide

Cloud Compliance is a set of guidelines that cloud service providers must adhere to in order to remain compliant. Learn how to ensure your provider is compliant.
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Structured vs Unstructured Data: Key Differences

Structured data is organized, while unstructured data is raw. Learn more about the differences between structured and unstructured data in this guide.
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What is SOX Compliance? Requirements & Rules

SOX compliance is a set of regulations designed to protect investors from fraudulent financial reporting. Learn more about SOX compliance requirements.
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What Is Master Data Management (MDM)?

Master Data Management (MDM) is a system that helps organizations manage their data more effectively. Learn more about MDM and its benefits.
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7 Data Management Trends: The Future of Data Management

These are our observations of the data management market today and our predictions for the future of data management.