The databases we use hold all information about the daily transactions and important customer and product information. Our Microsoft Access databases are custom built to suit the business needs. The databases utilize the Structured Query Language (SQL) Server to run security and transactions. The SQL server provides client computers with highly efficient access to database files. SQL is a relational database management system for building business applications with increased data protection. Information in one database is linked to another database or a spreadsheet on another network or system. Access to these databases is very limited because of security. In my organization, the need for databases is the heart of running the business.
My company has hundreds of databases that are all connected together in one way or another. Information in one database is linked to another database or a spreadsheet on another network or system. Access to these databases is very limited because of security.
Since these databases are linked together in many ways, each department can only see what they need to access to complete their work. The only person or group that has total control of the relationship of the databases would be the IT department, mainly the Database Administrator (DBA). This group adds the users to the groups for access and security. They also assign what the user will and will not see once logged on the network.
The databases we use hold many different types of information. This information can be pay role, product information, delivery dates, invoices, purchase orders, faxes, e-mails, and much more. Each section of the database has its specific function. If the database did not exist, we would have to revert to paperwork which will slow down productivity. We will then have to hand-write everything down and make a lot of phone...