What Is Data Logging?

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Data Logging Defined

Data logging is the process of making sense of computer logs. All software applications and systems produce logs, as they are the automatically produced and time-stamped documentation of events relevant to a particular system.

Data logging specifically, is the process of collecting and storing data over a period of time to analyze trends and to record data-based events of an it environment, system or network.  It enables  the tracking of all interactions through which data, files or applications are stored, accessed or modified on a storage device or application.

Data logging allows businesses to comply with security policies, audits or regulations, comprehend system troubleshoots as well as understand online user behavior.

In Data Defined, we help make the complex world of data more accessible by explaining some of the most complex aspects of the field.

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