Databases - climb the data mountain

Are you managing data or drowning in it? Database technology and management techniques are changing as fast as your data mountain...

Are you managing data or drowning in it? Database technology and management techniques are changing as fast as your data mountain grows.

Discover how your organisation can make the best use of its investment in relational databases, data warehouses and database administrators. Get to grips with the new technologies offered by leading suppliers.

Don't bet the business on technology
Relational databases are becoming a commodity. It's the technology strengths and weaknesses of your suppliers that can still make or break your strategy. Getting it right for your business depends on the alignment between your systems and the suppliers' value-added technology. Discover the options open to you
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Time to pension off your DBA?
Database administrators have traditionally been a cornerstone of the IT department, but why pay premium rates for someone to do routine work? It can be more cost-effective to outsource database management to a specialist
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Data warehouse design from top to bottom
Creating a data warehouse means balancing the needs of the business with cost and speed of implementation. But where do you begin? Find out whether your organisation suits top-down or bottom-up implementation
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Access is power
From the road warrior to the social worker, allowing mobile workers access to head office databases can dramatically boost productivity and service levels. It could be time for you to take advantage of new, cut-down relational databases aimed at mobile data access
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Disinfect your data
Dirty data always carries a high price tag. Giga Information Group examines how poor data quality can undermine expensive customer relationship management projects
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