Data management is fundamentally a fight between business need with security. In a perfect world with no need for data security, data would be duplicated across multiple machines, accessible to anyone who could possibly need it.
Unfortunately, that’s not the world we live in. Duplicated content might be useful from a business sense, allowing departments to access their own custom copy of data sets and forms, but from a security perspective, it’s an incredibly dangerous proposition.
With this in mind, and with the understanding that some data duplication must occur in any business environment, here are some basic concepts to keep in mind when securing remotely duplicated content.
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