Patent published on September 26, 2023

DigitalDoors' Patent Could Make Data Sorting and Protection Simpler

In an era where data is the new oil, managing, protecting, and sorting it has become an arduous task. A recently patented technology, US11770417B2, promises to simplify this. Developed by the company "Digital Doors", this patent presents a transformative method for computers to organize and locate data.

At present, critical data is often misplaced, stolen, misdirected, misused, or simply hard to find due to poor organization. Furthermore, securing sensitive data presents a whole new matrix of challenges. Plus, traditional data management or processing methods such as copying, data extraction, data archiving, and data distribution, teardown the efficiency of business operations.

The patent's solution uses dynamic, adaptive filters on the data, which sorts and collates data from various sources. It operates tirelessly to locate important content and store it securely. Also, it possesses the capability to find patterns or differences in the information, broadening the spectrum of its utility. This ensures businesses can easily access all their important data while also maintaining its security.

Imagine a world where businesses don't lose valuable time and money trying to find a little piece of data hidden in the haystack that is their database. With this patent's technology, we could soon see a future where businesses have instant access to all their critical data tidily sorted and labeled, increasing overall efficiency.

Consider a scenario where a healthcare company needs patient data for research. The traditional method would involve trawling through massive amounts of data manually, which is time-extensive and leaves room for human error. In stark contrast, our patented technology will swiftly sort through the data, find the relevant information, store it securely, and have it ready for the researchers to use making the whole process seamless and efficient.

However, despite the potential it holds, it is important to note that this is only a patent. A patent does not necessarily mean the technology will be developed or released into the market. It holds the potential to revolutionize data management, but the implementation of the technology would be the deciding factor in its success. This could be the beginning of a new era in data management for businesses.

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