Class 17 - Introduction to Databases

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CLASS #17 – Introduction to Databases MIS301 Introduction to IT Management Andy Du
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Class Business Class on, Monday, 10/3, in MOD Lab, CBA 5.304 VERY IMPORTANT BEFORE-CLASS ACTIONS Know your McCombs login and password Don’t know? Go to Millennium Lab BEFORE class (5th floor) Download Access tutorial from Blackboard (BIG document!) Put it in your UT Webspace or save it on flash drive Access1 due Tues, 10/4, on BB by 11:59pm Access1 Optional Help, Tues, 10/4, 5-7pm, MOD Lab Access2 due Thurs, 10/6, on BB by 11:59pm Access2 Optional Help, Thurs, 10/6, 5-7pm, MOD Lab
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The Architecture of the Course 1 1. Business Fundamentals: cl. 1-4 2. Hardware/Software: cl. 5-11 3. Database and Analytics: cl.17-21 2 1. E-Commerce and the Internet cl. 14-16, 23-25 2. Managing IT products cl. 28-31 3 Internal IT mgt , cl. 33-40 Business and IT Fundamentals Economics of IT Database : Managing a large volume of data Analytics : Turning data into information
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The Information Economy Information is the most important asset of most modern corporations Companies who can gather, analyze, and act upon information most effectively are more likely to sustain competitive
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Drowning in Data Turning data into information is key Data about specific purchases is collected at the cash register. Daily informational reports
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course MIS 309 taught by Professor Du during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas.

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