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Old 13-02-2008, 07:42 AM   #1
Barkley Bees
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Data organization and management best practices

I would very much like to hear from folks about their 'best practices'
regarding data management, organization and directory structures. What are
strategies do you follow for organizing and managing data on your systems
(Client or server.....Mac, Linux or Windows...the same theories and
practices can apply to all).

In Windows I mainly keep my data in the 'My documents' folder or on my
mapped network drives (separating work from personal) but I find that my
data organization has gotten quite out of hand and I would like to redefine
the structure and organzation for it. I, and surely others, appreciate any
tips that any of you can share.


 
Old 13-02-2008, 04:12 PM   #2
DL
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Re: Data organization and management best practices

Personally I use a basic Document Management App, but in reality its similar
to Documents folder with Bells & whistles & you still need some
organisational leaning.


"Barkley Bees" <barkbees@nomail.com> wrote in message
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>I would very much like to hear from folks about their 'best practices'
>regarding data management, organization and directory structures. What are
>strategies do you follow for organizing and managing data on your systems
>(Client or server.....Mac, Linux or Windows...the same theories and
>practices can apply to all).
>
> In Windows I mainly keep my data in the 'My documents' folder or on my
> mapped network drives (separating work from personal) but I find that my
> data organization has gotten quite out of hand and I would like to
> redefine the structure and organzation for it. I, and surely others,
> appreciate any tips that any of you can share.
>



 
 

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