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data integrity

A dimension of data contributing to trustworthiness and pertaining to the systems and processes for data capture, correction, maintenance, transmission and retention. In clinical research, the FDA requires trustworthiness of data relied on to determine safety and efficacy of therapeutic interventions, and establishes guidance and regulations concerning practices and system requirements needed to promote an acceptable level of data integrity.

Key elements
Security, privacy, access controls, a continuous trail from capture to archive, stability (of values and attribution), protection against loss or destruction, ease of review by users responsible for data quality, proper operation, validation of systems, training of users.

data integrity

In an electronic health record, the accuracy of data and the assurance that the data have not been altered or corrupted
See also: integrity
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The EMC, Emulex and Oracle data integrity solution protects mission critical application information from corruption, eliminating potential costs and downtime.
23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, today announced an end-to-end (E2E) data integrity solution, developed in conjunction with Emulex and Oracle.
an IT security startup company focused on real-time data integrity technologies and innovative data assurance solutions, has announced it has joined the McAfee[R] Security Innovation Alliance (SIA) program.
This code contribution includes generic support for data integrity at the block and file system layers, as well as support for the T10 Protection Information Model (formerly known as DIF) and the Data Integrity Extensions.
The Kinamik Secure Audit Vault technology provides real-time, granular data integrity capabilities and protects sensitive data elements in realtime so that end users can understand when policy thresholds have been exceeded, and so that these users can comply with increasingly stringent financial and privacy regulatory requirements.
Similar to remote backup, data integrity is essential to any archival solution.
At Oracle OpenWorld 2012, EMC Corporation, (NYSE: EMC), working with Emulex Corporation and Oracle, today announced the industry's first integrated, end-to-end Data Integrity solution to offer customers even more protection from silent data corruption in mission critical environments.
Spectra's Data Integrity Verification provides organizations of all sizes the utmost confidence their backup and archive data will be readily available when needed, regardless of how long it has been stored.
The combination of intelligent switches and specially designed software applications creates an architecture that effectively addresses both the scalability and data integrity limitations of previous solutions.
For additional information about the Master Data Integrity course and a complete schedule of Oliver Wight Americas courses and workshops, phone 1-800- 258-3862, e-mail info@oliverwight.
The data integrity and assurance technologies that they bring to market are an ideal fit in industries such as banking, public sector and telecommunications.
While both packet loss and data integrity are critical factors that can affect QoS, another factor, as mentioned previously, is the tendency of storage applications to "hog" bandwidth on a shared network resource.

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