Data sharing in the public sector: authorized, secure and in real time

gcn | July 03, 2019

To overcome these data integration challenges, agencies are turning to data virtualization. Rather than facilitating the transfer of data from one agency to another, or the integration of data from numerous different files collected from different agencies, data virtualization provides secure, authorized views into different datasets, leaving the data in its original location. This means that there is no need for the receiving agency to physically store any more information than is strictly necessary.Data virtualization acts as a layer between agencies, facilitating real-time, authorized data access. As such, the data virtualization layer itself holds no data; instead, it contains the meta-data required for accessing the available data, including the appropriate controls for which individual or group is authorized to view which dataset.

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This video is about virtual machines configured in VMware workstation which are giving error while trying to power on virtual machines. For this you need to go the run command and type "services.msc". Now, a window will prompt up with lot of services. You need to select the VMware Authentication service and then restart it . Then try to power on the virtual machine it will start booting.

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This video is about virtual machines configured in VMware workstation which are giving error while trying to power on virtual machines. For this you need to go the run command and type "services.msc". Now, a window will prompt up with lot of services. You need to select the VMware Authentication service and then restart it . Then try to power on the virtual machine it will start booting.

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