Technology makes things faster, and simpler. At the same time, with all the technology that surrounds us on a daily basis, everyone is awash in too much information. Our computers, phones, tablets, work projects, tax and other files, and various online accounts all store data. It’s a lot!
Can anything be done? Yes! Declutter Your Data is for anyone who is interested in making better use of technology, cleaning up their digital clutter, and coming up with an organized and efficient way to access their data going forward.
This book guides readers step by step through the process of figuring out what data is important to them; wrestling with the information to clear out what’s not useful and organize what they want to keep; and dealing with the ongoing data maintenance aspect that is a necessity in this digital age.
Following author Angela Crocker’s advice and putting these ideas into practice will reduce your digital clutter, make you more efficient, help you save time, and give you a happier relationship with your information, clearing your mind for more important things.
Places to Purchase
If you’d like to buy a copy of Declutter Your Data, there are many options including your local independent bookstore (my favourites include Black Bond Books, Galiano Island Books, and Powell’s City of Books well as national chain bookstores like Chapters/Indigo and Barnes & Noble. It’s also available from Amazon around the world – Canada, the USA, United Kingdom, Australia, and elsewhere.