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1. Enterprise view of data and issues related when creating ‘enterprise view of data’.
Every business organization, that uses computers for any purpose like maintaining records, storing information or even communicating among different departments and/ or with the clients is an enterprise. Data is a collection of quantitative and qualitative variables belonging to a set of items or categories. It is not necessary that information is always a measurable unit but it exists within all the system (francis, 2008). Enterprise view of data can be understood as the data/ information that is available in the system gathered over a period of time and/ or on day-to-day basis, which is shared within the organization for different reasons such as growth of the organization and analysis of the past trends (steria, 2012). There is a good transparency in an enterprise as all the data is shared which...
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