to the CRM implementation? Provide three (3) specific examples. (3 marks)
QUESTION 2: (8 Marks) It has been said that the problems of managingdataresources in a traditionalfileenvironment can often be solved by a databasemanagementsystem?
Identify and describe two (2) problems...
criticism because of its potential to promote racial profiling and discrimination.
1. What are the problems of managingdataresources in a traditionalfileenvironment and how are they solved by a databasemanagementsystem? 1.1 List and describe each of the components in...
• Describe how the problems of managingdataresources in a traditionalfileenvironment are solved by a databasemanagementsystem • Describe the capabilities and value of a databasemanagementsystem • Apply important database design principles • Evaluate tools and...
BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE: DATABASES AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENTManagement Information Systems
CHAPTER 6: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE: DATABASES AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
• Describe how the problems of managingdataresources in a traditionalfileenvironment are...
systems. Solutions to problems deal with improvements in computer hardware, methods of computation, methods of efficient data storage and access, software quality assurance, application of “normative” models of management and operations research models. 14. What are the key management challenges...
same meaning for different fields. This causes poor data control.
8. Problem of Security: It is very difficult to enforce security checks and access rights in a traditionalfilesystem, since application programs are added in an adhoc manner.
9. Data Manipulation Capability is Inadequate...
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Section 7.1: Organizing Data in a TraditionalFileEnvironmentFile Organization Terms and Concepts Problems with the TraditionalFileEnvironment
Section 7.2: The Database Approach to DataManagementDatabaseManagementSystems Types of Databases Window...
ISYS104 Tutorial – week 7
1. What are the problems of managingdataresources in a traditionalfileenvironment and how are they solved by a databasemanagementsystem?
List and describe each of the components in the data hierarchy.
Figure 6–1 shows the data...
operational needs, and load them into a database or data warehouse.
7. Google FileSystem. Proprietary distributed filesystem developed by Google; part of the inspiration for Hadoop
8. Hadoop. An open source (free) software framework for processing huge datasets on certain kinds of problems on a...
* Process Management: such as process monitoring and process resource services.
* DatabaseManagement: data storage file services
Figure 4 2 tier Architecture
This design is used frequently in decision support systems where the transaction load is light. Two tier software...
Be an enabler
Help team members completing work
run interference for them
get scarce resources that they need
buffer them from disruptive forces
Plan, Schedule, Control, and lead!
Project Management is Not
What needed is:
• Shared understanding of what the...
the database with the storage environment, Exadata is aware of what types of work and how much I/O bandwidth is consumed. Users can therefore have the Exadata system identify various types of workloads, assign priority to these workloads, and ensure the most critical workloads get priority. In data...
the problems of managingdataresources in a traditionalfileenvironment and how are they solved by a databasemanagementsystem?
* List and describe each of the components in the data hierarchy.
Figure 6–1 shows the data hierarchy. The data hierarchy includes bits, bytes, fields, records...
A computer system organizes data in a hierarchy that starts with bits and bytes and progresses to fields, records, files, and databases. Traditionalfilemanagement techniques make it difficult for organizations to keep track of all of the pieces of data they...
, resources and feedback on the work.
TOPIC 1 COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Daily Plan (Lower Level Management) Daily Plan is executed by the lower level manager who leads the operation staff. They will coordinate the operational tasks, solves problems and guarantee the...
compared to the filesystem approach and availability of up-to-date information of all the users. It also provides security to the data stored in the databasesystem and maintains integrity.
2. Explain howdatabasemanagementsystemsolved the problems of the traditionalfileenvironment
specific application to perform functions specific by end users. Application software works through system software, which access to computer hardware.
5.3.1 Problems with traditionalfileenvironmentTraditionalfileenvironment (flat file organization/datafile...
nor a guest. X represents an access privilege to a process.
8DATA FLOW DIAGRAM
A Data Flow Diagram (DFD) is a diagrammatic representation of the information flows within a system, showing:
• How information enters and leaves the system,
• What changes the information,
Answers to Questions
1. The firm's management as well as individuals and organizations in the firm's environment use the output of the transaction processing system.
2. The database contains data describing the firm's operational activities. The data comes from...
how MySpace uses databases and database servers. 2. Why is database technology so important for a business such as MySpace? 3. How effectively does MySpace organize and store the data on its site? 4. Whatdatamanagementproblems have arisen? How has MySpace solved, or attempted to solve, these...