Mis2008su_ch03_choi - Chapter 3 Data Management Data Management Data Databases and Warehousing Information Technology For Management 6th Edition

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Chapter 3 ata Management: Data Data Management: Data, Databases and Warehousing Information Technology For Management 6 th Edition Sejong University Chapter 3 1
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ontents Contents 3.1 Data Management: A Critical Success Factor. 3.2 File Management. 3.3 Databases and Database Management Systems. 3.4 Creating Databases. 3.5 Data Warehousing. 3.6 Marketing Databases in Action. 3.7 Web-Based Data Management Systems. 2 Chapter 3
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3.1 Data Management: A Critical Success Factor Data Management z Corporate data are key strategic assets and so managing data quality is vital to organizations z The goal of data management is to provide the infrastructure to transform raw data into corporate information of the highest quality 3 Chapter 3
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ata Life Cycle Process Data Life Cycle Process Chapter 3 4
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ata Quality (DQ) Data Quality (DQ) z Data quality is an important issue since quality determines the data’s usefulness as well as the quality of the decisions based on the data { Accuracy, accessibility, relevance, timeliness, and completeness { Data integrity means that data must be accurate, correct, and valid 5 Chapter 3
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ocument Management Document Management z Document management is the automated control of electronic documents, page images, spreadsheets, voice word processing documents within an organization. z Document Management System (DMSs) provide decision makers with information in an electronic format and usually include computerized imaging systems ome examples of sages { Some examples of usages z The Surgery Center of Baltimore stores all of its medical records electronically z American Express is using a DMS to collect and process over one million ustomer surveys each year customer surveys each year z The European Court of Human Rights created a Web-based document and KM system 6 Chapter 3
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3.2 File Management Hierarchy of Data 7 Chapter 3
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atabase Component Database Component z Entity { Person, place, thing… z Attribute { Each characteristic or quality describing a particular entity z Primary Key z Secondary Key BOOK NO TITLE AUTHOR A001 Database Kim A002 Security Choi A003 Database Park 8 Chapter 3
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atabase Component Database Component
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Mis2008su_ch03_choi - Chapter 3 Data Management Data Management Data Databases and Warehousing Information Technology For Management 6th Edition

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