What sort of data does a Mydex Personal Data Store hold?

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Mon, 09/02/2015 - 16:19

ladybird73

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Short Answer

Whatever data you want it to hold — mainly the data you need to store in order to manage life and deal with other people and organisations. Not your personal diary therefore, but forms you fill out, applications, references, transaction receipts, and so on.. This could embrace your health, education, employment and travel records.
 
Looking forward, we believe organisations will ‘hand back’ data they have collected about individual. For example, in the US, the Obama Administration has already decided to give US Army Veterans their medical health records. As the announcement explains, “Having control of this information enables Veterans to share this data with health care providers, caregivers, or people they trust.”
 
In this way, Personal Data Stores will become an essential tool for individuals wanting to manage different aspects of their life better: ‘my health’, ‘my money’, ‘my home’, ‘my car’, ‘my holidays’, and so on.
 
You can also use the ‘Notepad’ section (available within the ‘Personal Directory’ section) to store any text-based information not already catered for by the predefined sections.

Mon, 09/02/2015 - 16:19

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