BUS101_Ch07_LectureV2_4in1

BUS101_Ch07_LectureV2_4in1 - Management Information...

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Management Information Systems, Sixth Edition Chapter 7: Databases and Data Warehouses Objectives Explain the difference between traditional file organization and the database approach to managing digital data Explain how relational and object-oriented database management systems are used to construct databases, populate them with data, and manipulate the data to produce information Enumerate the most important features and operations of a relational database, the most popular database model Understand how data modeling and design creates a conceptual blueprint of a database Discuss how databases are used on the Web List the operations involved in transferring data from transactional databases to data warehouses Managing Digital Data Businesses collect and analyze data for many purposes Data can be stored in database format – To facilitate easy access and manipulation Databases have had a profound impact on business – An information industry has been created Database technology integrated with the Internet
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