Database Management System (DBMS)

Databases can be used in large or small organizations to store and manage the data in most efficient manner possible:

  • Data is redundant. All the data of the organization can be integrated in a single database. The data can be recorded in one place, and not duplicated. Data redundancy can also be controlled or reduced based on scenarios.
  • Control over concurrency. Having a system where database can accurately record user’s updated information specially in case when two users try to update the same record.
  • Data Integrity and accuracy can be enforced. Enforce data to be correctly entered into the database.
  • Data Security. Protect the data from unauthorized users.
  • Forms and Queries. Easier access to information. Generally, forms are used by the end users, so that its user friendly to enter the data into the database, or query out the data from the database. Thus, it lets the non-technical and authenticated users do tasks on the front end such as updates, inserts, and delete data without the need to go to the IT staff for simple tasks.
  • Better Processing Speed. Users are able to create reports very easily and quickly. Improves decision making process for the staff, and the end-user productivity.
  • Backup and Recovery. Protect your data from natural disasters, and unauthorized users. Have backup and recovery plans in place before problems occur. If the problems occur despite the precautions, have a plan to recover and restore the data to be up and running as soon as possible.

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