Saving Data / Information by Individual Users

The saving of data in a structured and timely manner is good practice for all users of workstations and terminals.

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  • Overwriting data files using the same file name will destroy any previous file; which could lead to problems in the event that the new version is incorrect or possibly corrupted.

There are 2 Key Actions providing safeguards against this Information Security Issue. These are available in the registered version of RUSecure™.

  • Failing to save data can result in the loss of work in the event of a system crash.

There are multiple Key Actions providing safeguards against this Information Security Issue. These are available in the registered version of RUSecure™.

  • Saving data in an incorrect folder or disk can frustrate colleagues and can lead to the use of 'old' or incorrect data in error.

There are 2 Key Actions providing safeguards against this Information Security Issue. These are available in the registered version of RUSecure™.

  • Saving data on a local workstation disk (e.g. the 'C drive') may appear more convenient but it can frustrate access by colleagues and probably will not be backed up.

There are 2 Key Actions providing safeguards against this Information Security Issue. These are available in the registered version of RUSecure™.

  • Saving data on your 'system disk' (e.g. the 'C' drive) is particularly risky as any requirement to upgrade / replace the operating system would likely destroy the data files (unless you remembered to back them up!)

There are multiple Key Actions providing safeguards against this Information Security Issue. These are available in the registered version of RUSecure™.

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