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advantages of dbms

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Hiii Advantages of the DBMS (Database Management System ) 1.Helps in reducing the complex nature of the systems environment due to the central control or the management of the data, access, utilization and the security. 2.Reduces the data redundancy and also the inconsistency as the same data elements are not at all repeated. 3.Also promotes the integrity of the data throughout the system or an organization. 4.Provides for the central control of the data creation and also for the definition. 5.Reduces or completely finishes the confusion that creeps in to the data. 6.Reduces the costs relating the program development and the maintenance. 7.Separates the logical view and the physical arrangement. 8.Reduces the program data dependence. 9.Permits the ad hoc queries. 10.Provides flexibility in the information systems

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Helps in reducing the complex nature of the systems environment due to the central control or the management of the data, access, utilization and the security. Reduces the data redundancy and also the inconsistency as the same data elements are not at all repeated. Also promotes the integrity of the data throughout the system or an organization. Provides for the central control of the data creation and also for the definition. Reduces or completely finishes the confusion that creeps in to the data. Reduces the costs relating the program development and the maintenance. Separates the logical view and the physical arrangement. Reduces the program data dependence.

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-- Improved data sharing -- Improved data security -- Better data integration -- Minimized data inconsistency -- Improved data access -- Improved decision making -- Increased end-user productivity -- Control of data redundancy

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1. Improved availability: One of the principle advantages of a DBMS is that the same information can be made available to different users. 2. Minimized redundancy: The data in a DBMS is more concise because, as a general rule, the information in it appears just once. This reduces data redundancy, or in other words, the need to repeat the same data over and over again. Minimizing redundancy can therefore significantly reduce the cost of storing information on hard drives and other storage devices. In contrast, data fields are commonly repeated in multiple files when a file management system is used.

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Dear Uma > Advantages of a DBMS: – -- Improved data sharing -- Improved data security -- Better data integration -- Minimized data inconsistency -- Improved data access -- Improved decision making -- Increased end-user productivity -- Control of data redundancy -- One of the principle advantages of a DBMS is that the same information can be made available to different users. Minimized redundancy http://image.slidesharecdn.com/dbms-110903121949-phpapp02/95/dbms-12-728.jpg?cb=1315052466

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**ADVANTAGES OF DBMS** 1. Improved availability: One of the principle advantages of a DBMS is that the same information can be made available to different users. 2. Minimized redundancy: The data in a DBMS is more concise because, as a general rule, the information in it appears just once. This reduces data redundancy, or in other words, the need to repeat the same data over and over again. Minimizing redundancy can therefore significantly reduce the cost of storing information on hard drives and other storage devices. In contrast, data fields are commonly repeated in multiple files when a file management system is used. 2. Accuracy: Accurate, consistent, and up-to-date data is a sign of data integrity. DBMSs foster data integrity because updates and changes to the data only have to be made in one place. The chances of making a mistake are higher if you are required to change the same data in several different places than if you only have to make the change in one place. 3. Program and file consistency: Using a database management system, file formats and system programs are standardized. This makes the data files easier to maintain because the same rules and guidelines apply across all types of data. The level of consistency across files and programs also makes it easier to manage data when multiple programmers are involved. 4. User-friendly: Data is easier to access and manipulate with a DBMS than without it. In most cases, DBMSs also reduce the reliance of individual users on computer specialists to meet their data needs. 5. Improved security: As stated earlier, DBMSs allow multiple users to access the same data resources. This capability is generally viewed as a benefit, but there are potential risks for the organization. Some sources of information should be protected or secured and only viewed by select individuals. Through the use of passwords, database management systems can be used to restrict data access to only those who should see it. Thanks

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