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Datawarehouse and Enterprise memory

By mpavankrishna ·
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This is Pavan. I have to write a research paper on datawarehouse and enterprise memory and want to know what is meant by enterprise memory. Is there anybody who can help me out. Can u suggest me good web sites where I can get info on enterprise memory. This topic is in relation to knowledge management.

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MMMMMMMM

by ghstinshll In reply to Datawarehouse and Enterpr ...

I'm not sure where to lead you exactly, but it sounds like mass-storage for an enterprise-sized corporation. In my informal dictionary, enterprise refers to a multi-site network, involving data from each location, and a data center at a central location.

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by ghstinshll In reply to Datawarehouse and Enterpr ...

I'm not sure where to lead you exactly, but it sounds like mass-storage for an enterprise-sized corporation. In my informal dictionary, enterprise refers to a multi-site network, involving data from each location, and a data center at a central location.

Look up SAN's and NAS's... You may want to clarify this with your instructor first.

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Knowledge management is the place

by James R Linn In reply to Datawarehouse and Enterpr ...

to start.

Enterprise memory is the concept that some corporate information should be kept for longer periods of time than regualtory requirements might suggest. In order to be useful though this information has to be organized, indexed and accessable. Too many companies have their vaulable corporate memory information stored in paper documents, or old files in formats no longer supported, or scattered across dozens of servers. True enterprise memory information needs to be kept usable and acecssable.

Hope that helps.

James

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Thank you.

by mpavankrishna In reply to Knowledge management is t ...

Hi James.

Thanks for that piece of information I'd asked for. It has really helped me to a certain extent. Thank you once again.

Mulpur Pavan Krishna

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