module13 - 1. Data is unprocessed facts. Information is...

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1. Data is unprocessed facts. Information is processed facts(or data.) An example of data is information from a single row/column in a database such as how many of an item a person bought. Information would be calculating a whole column and finding out how many of a product was sold in the last month or year. 2. Data that has been collected into a database it is compiled into information by querys. The information that is obtained is used to make decisions. This is shown below. A manager compiles data and obtains information, he shares it with other managers and together they decide to cut a product. Database Manager looks up how many of a product has been been purchased. Manger shares information with other mangers . Mangers decide to discontinue product 3. I would show how valuable information is and the information is needed to make good decisions.
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4. Database management systems allows for millions of transactions by hundreds of different people every day. They allow us to collect and evaluate huge amounts of information rather quickly. Databases are much better than a flat file system because they are so much faster. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 12/30/2009 for the course INFO 1620 taught by Professor Wood,b during the Spring '09 term at Metropolitan Community College- Omaha.

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