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  • business
  • Our Information Systems curriculum imparts the business savvy to understand the how and why of business operations, the technical depth to identify innovative uses of information systems, and the communication skills to mobilize cross-functional teams toward the implementation of game-changing solutions. (franklin.edu)
  • Technology
  • Franklin's transfer-friendly Information Systems major is designed for professionals who seek to better understand how organizations use information technology to improve operations, support decision making and strategically create competitive advantage. (franklin.edu)
  • Employing agile project management methodologies, you will learn how technology is strategically deployed to support, grow and transform businesses. (franklin.edu)
  • project
  • And for those who are intrigued about the intersection of both tracks, combining analytics with project management is a viable option that will increase your marketability. (franklin.edu)
  • You will have the opportunity to major in the fast-growing area of analytics or the well-established disciplined of project management. (franklin.edu)
  • Netezza
  • All told, it sounds as if DATAllegro is more than 1/3 the size of Netezza, although given its higher system size and price points I'd guess it has well under 1/3 as many customers. (dbms2.com)
  • Abstract
  • In other words ,there will be many external views, each consisting of a more or less abstract representation of some portion of the database and there will be a single "Conceptual view", consisting of a similarly abstract representation of the database in its entirety. (dotnetspider.com)
  • edition
  • I mention the latter because there's a new edition of Readings in Database Systems , aka the Red Book, available online, courtesy of Mike, Joe Hellerstein and Peter Bailis. (dbms2.com)
  • small
  • and to this day, if one wants to retrieve a small fraction of a database, indexes are generally the most efficient way to go. (dbms2.com)
  • parts
  • But 2PC has a flaw: If a node is inaccessible or down, then the write is blocked, even if other parts of the system were able to accept the data safely. (dbms2.com)
  • date
  • I don't know how much machine learning there's been in those to date, but it's usually at least on the roadmap to make the systems (yet) smarter in the future. (dbms2.com)
  • time
  • Many databases will be ever cheaper to put into RAM over time, thanks to Moore's Law. (dbms2.com)
  • Unless a piece of the system malfunctions at exactly the wrong time, you'll get your consistent write. (dbms2.com)