Art.1. The Database Management allows you to update the database password and quota, monitor the storage usage of your database, backup and restore your databases, and provides an example of a connection string name.
Database management tool is important to financial management students especially when it comes to financial statements. We are using different database to perform our job as a financial analyst or financial manager. It is easy for us to organize the data needed in our company that helps us be efficient.
Art.2 ABOUT DATABASE SOFTWARE With the volumes of digital data used by businesses growing at exponential rates, having the right information management and database software becomes key to corporate decision-making.
While established products such as Oracle, DB2 and Informix remain widely used, open source alternatives such as MySQL and Ingres offer potential alternatives for IT managers. We examine the issues around choosing the right products and strategies for your organization. Reflection:
Database management Is important when it comes to decision making because some database is used to present financial statements which is used in determining whether to invest or divest in certain company.
Database A database is an organized collection of data. The data are typically organized to model relevant aspects of reality in a way that supports processes requiring this information. For example, modeling the availability of rooms in hotels in a way that supports finding a hotel with vacancies. DBMS stands for “Database Management System.” In short, a DBMS is a database program. ...
Art.3 AUDITABILITY Organizations are under increased pressure to audit every action that a user performs within a database. This is due to increased focus on security, risk, accountability and avoidance of fraud and corruption.
While security prevention measures (logins, firewalls, tokens etc.) are important to prevent unauthorized access to the data in the first place, as this survey shows, most breaches occur by users who are authorized but are either negligent or malicious.
The problem with auditing is that itself generates a lot of data, potentially much more than even the database that it is monitoring. Also the act of auditing a database can cause a significant performance load on the database being audited.
I think this is a particularly important issue facing enterprise organizations especially heading into 2009. http://blog.tonybain.com/tony_bain/2008/12/top-10-data-management-issues-for-2009.html Reflection:
Database management helps us monitor the changes in a certain company when it comes to financial aspects particularly in auditing. It helps to prevent redundancy of data in financial statements and helps us organized data in financial aspects.
2. What is the importance of Database Management related to your course? The Importance of a Database Not-for-profit organizations must track information about people including volunteers, clients, potential donors, current donors, event attendees, who support or who might support their programs and services.
Managing this information is crucial. A database allows you to manage and use an incredible variety of information easily. Databases are easy to set-up, easy to manipulate and easy to use.
A database allows you to maintain order in what could be a very chaotic environment. Employees and volunteers of not-for-profit organizations have to manage existing resources very carefully. There may not be the resources to hire a full-time database manager or a short-term consultant. Initial data base structure can be very basic, easy to use and to maintain. Databases can be expanded and manipulated as your organization grows and your resources increase. http://www.reach.ca/building/database.htm
1. Introduction Database systems are the information heart of modern enterprises, where they are used for processing business transactions and for understanding and managing the enterprise. Business intelligence is the analysis of data to produce insights useful for managing the enterprise and increasingly, in routine business operations such as intelligent supply chain management. The knowledge ...