Program Capstone_Unit2_DB

Program Capstone_Unit2_DB - Program Capstone Unit 2...

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Program Capstone Unit 2 Discussion Board Kregg M. Soltow November 17, 2011 American Intercontinental University 1. Mediocre Prevention 2. Quality 3. Transfer of Focus Generally, the requirements of quality assurance for IT systems deliverance have become something more like mediocre prevention. The requirement for quality is often forfeited so that decisive IT utilities can be launched within budget and in a timely fashion. This of course means a transfer of focus from improvement requirements to those of support. Because of this shift more issues will emerge after implementation, which in turn places more pressure on database administration staff. (Lightstone,2009) An additional expenditure of this error could be invalid cost estimates at some stage in the design of the database. To overcome this issue there will need to be a major transfer in the workload of administrators. Instead of focusing solely on software equipment and modifications like performance monitoring, information backup and recovery – which are
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