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Unformatted text preview: Isaiah Haynes March 13 th , 2010 Database Management In a world where information is abundant, it becomes important that important information is managed in an efficient and effective manner. Many different organizations have turned the information into data and inputted this data into a variety of different schemas. The average person has used one of the most common forms, the database, and perhaps has heard of the term data warehouse. The term database defines the use of information and how one applies the different schemas in order to connect data to each other. Data warehouse, however, stores a variety of different databases. While many may think that these terms are synonyms, the two words as one can now see are interconnected yet not interchangeable. Wikipedia defines a database as a "collection of data for one or more users. This collection of data is related to a variety of other data so that the end user can have information that they need to create documents. Databases can be comprised of numbers, pictures and or alpha-numeric data. Many databases documents....
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