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The value of any database is estimated as a direct result of its ability to provide valuable information to its users. Data as an asset has been widely discussed, but few organizations manage data as an asset, focusing on maximizing its value. Instead, the emphasis is on quantity of data, not quality or utility. Data value is a direct consequence of its quality and its usefulness.
Data quality is measured by its compliance to business rules which establish thresholds that define and measure the correctness of data. Data utility is measured by data's ability to generate information necessary to make correct business decisions. In this course, we will examine the management of data through its life cycle which includes identification, acquisition, authentication, validation, assessment, maintenance, archival, and retirement. We will also explore the valuation of data with the goal of achieving a mature data environment in which data's value increases the overall value of an organization. You will, as a result of this course, draft a Data Management Policy which will define Data Management activities to improve the value of your data.
Prerequisites: Experience using data as an administrator, a programmer, an analyst, or a user is recommended.
Derrick Lam, M.B.A, has taught database courses in Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server in the UCI Division of Continuing Education for over 20 years. He has worked with Oracle since 1988 and Microsoft SQL Server since 1994. He has been a database administrator and application developer for Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server. Prior to his retirement from UCI as the Director of Information Management in University Advancement, he managed the UCI Alumni and Donor Database and the UCI Foundation Accounting System. He has spoken at many conferences on topics related to Database Design, Data Management, Data Metrics, and Improving the Value of Data.
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|Event||Date||Day||Start Time||End Time||Location||Room
|START||10/07/2013||Monday||---||---||Online (Access Begins)||---
|END||12/01/2013||Sunday||---||---||Online (Access Ends)||---