Keeping Track Of Data
Examines how users and vendors are meeting the new needs of today's computer users.
# 24515 | 900 words | 4 sources | 2002 |
Published on Mar 12, 2003 in Business (Information Mgmt. and Systems) , Computer and Technology (Programming) , Computer and Technology (Technology) , Business (General)
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Examines how users & vendors are meeting the new needs of tody's computer users. Need for managing unstructured information; data warehouse. Content of electronic files (documents, videos, etc). Impact of Internet on creation of unstructured data. Dsicsses Web-based repository. SageMaker & Verity's Profiler programs. Lack of standard format to manage large data warehouses of nonstructured data format.
From the Paper:Introduction
The proliferation of the Internet and the availability of various types of computer files (including documents, sound files, video files and multimedia presentation files) have made it difficult for IT managers and computer users to keep track of new types of data. Databases have traditionally been used to track individual records, but today's computers can handle data of a much different type which is not easily converted into traditional relational database formats. This research examines how users and vendors are meeting the new needs of today's computer users.
The Need for Managing Unstructured Information
Many companies have struggled to create enterprise data warehouses designed to give top decision makers access to all the data generated by k
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