Enterprise database system.
Database Management Systems (DBMS).
Structured Query Language (SQL).
All companies accumulate knowledge over the course of their existence.
Knowledge can be an important organizational resource.
Unlike information, knowledge cannot be stored.
Only information, and not knowledge, can be stored in the heads of an organization’s employees.
Organizational knowledge is always written down or saved.
Knowledge is the same as data.
Knowledge management is the process of formalizing capture, indexing, and storing knowledge to benefit from organizational experiences and insights.
Enterprise Database System
Structured Query Language (SQL)
Database Management Systems (DBMS)
Data warehouses enable line workers to view data in a decentralized manner.
Direct analysis of data needed for day-to-day operations is a good idea.
Data warehouses provide a centralized view of all data collected across an enterprise.
Data warehouses are useful for time-invariant data.
Although data warehouses do not provide tools for data analysis and manipulation, inexpensive third-party add-ons exist to perform those functions.
Data warehouses do not require a company to worry about data consistency.
Exploring the database
Preparation of creating a data mining mode
Creating the database