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As nearly anyone associated with a college or university knows, databases abound in an academic environment.
In assembling our senior team, we've brought together many of the visionaries who helped create the modern database industry.
In addition, SmartDBA allows database administrators to manage DB2 UDB, Oracle, and SQL Server databases together, all from a common SmartDBA Console.
The hardest hit databases are connected with today's mission critical applications such as ERP, CRM, and data warehousing.
The fourth generation language (4GL) provided by some databases allows users to format input screens with a host of editing and validating controls.
Making data pretty The newer side of database publishing is the creation of specialized publications using existing databases.
Matrix Server is both general purpose in its support of multiple mission-critical applications -- such as file serving, e-mail, and Web and media serving -- and is highly optimized for Oracle Database 10g and other Oracle databases.
The starting point is the logical and physical clustering environment--including servers, applications and databases needed to support the application you are testing.
Abstracting and indexing (A&I) databases are now well established resources for library patrons that exist alongside the various types of catalogs; increasingly, the extended functionality of local integrated library systems and the availability of Z39.
This article is about how CPAs--whether they perform general accounting tasks, conduct audits, prepare tax returns or provide consulting services--can use databases to make their work more effective, more efficient and less burdensome.
Understand the variety of available databases (including content and options for searching) and identify the proper database to search for information
Automatic Discovery of DBMS -- Automatically locates active databases on the local subnet and assists in database connection creation.
Data that resided in one location and provided to other locations by mail can now be centrally located with access around the world via web-based databases.
Companies across industries rely on large, complex relational databases to support mission-critical applications.