With the help of Database management systems it is easy to do all the work. For e.g. Storing the data and structuring the files along with linking the records which is not possible with spreadsheets. Another example can be the government is able to track a person with the zip code stored in the database management system (Oz, 2009).
The meaning of the word “cleanse data” before it is inserted in a data warehouse is to modify the data in such a way that it is easy to insert it into the warehouse (Lans, 2012).
A data warehouse is basically accumulation of all the information and the data which is obtained from the external sources and the systems. Data warehouse helps in data consolidation and provides a brief analysis of the data at different levels of business (Jarke, 2013).
Data warehouse is very much different from transactional database. Transactional database are constrained to single application while data warehouse is constrained from multiple applications. Transactional database works on OLTP databases while data warehouse works on OLAP databases (Cardon, 2015).
Blogging is maintaining a diary of information which different websites contains. For businesses blogging has many benefits like it helps in reaching new customers, developing brand, gathering reviews and feedbacks. It also helps in responding and managing the complaints of the customers (Govenment, 2013).
Intranet is a type of network which is used by the employees of a particular organization. Its main purpose is to allow accessibility of company’s information among the employees (Eisenhauer, 2014).
Extranet is also a type of network but it restricts the site access to the employees who are a part of a particular organization. This helps in ease of communication between the business partners and their organization (Eisenhauer, 2014).
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