Encryption is the transformation of electronic data in another form so that it cannot be understood or interpreted easily by any person, or even certain software, except those authorized and who know the encryption.
Although the main objective of the companies is the optimal functioning of these, currently, Business Intelligence (BI), has been developed significantly in order to enhance this as a primary objective.
If you have a data warehouse, it is very possible that you have already asked yourself if it is time to migrate it to the cloud.
It is possible to access a multitude of information and services with just a “click”, since the Internet facilitates the search of data, images, documents and visits to web pages, in just a few seconds.
Currently, companies want to offer products and services to their customers with personalized and data-based messages, but there has been a lack of quality control over these data and Bad Data is becoming more frequent.
A database manager is an important part of the IT infrastructure of many organizations.
Data that the company owns is one of the most valuable assets available. Specifically, these data and the ability to generate useful business information for decision making is, in the end, the true value.
The Big Data has shaken the panorama of the databases. Big data implies having to work with distributed databases and with this scenario, obtaining a complete and reliable copy of several petabytes of data does not seem like something simple.
Multidimensional databases are generally used to create OLAP applications. They are made up of several tables of facts and dimensions. In this way, each dimension table contains a simple primary key that in turn composes the primary key of the fact table.
Cubes, dimensions and hierarchies are the essence of OLAP’s multidimensional navigation. By describing and representing information in this way, users can intuitively navigate a complex set of data.
OLAP is the acronym of Online Analytical Processing. It is a solution used in the field of the so-called business intelligence whose objective is to speed up the consultation of large amounts of data. It uses multidimensional structures (or OLAP cubes) that contain summarized data from large databases or Transactional Systems (OLTP).
In 1980, in Düsseldorf (Germany), Archim Becker and Harald Becker created one of the best-known editors in communication and information technology in computer science, “Data Becker GmbH & Co.KG”.