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5 Practical Database Tips for Beginners

If you’re just getting started with databases, the process of creating and managing databases can feel overwhelming. By learning a few database tips and tricks, you can improve efficiency and make your life easier.  You may also find it helpful to hire a database...

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Does Your Business Need an HR Database?

As a business owner, you’ll want to store human resources information in a safe, secure and stable location. Human resources information is sensitive because it contains workplace complaints, disciplinary problems, drug testing, workers compensation incidents,...

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10 Tips and Tricks to Manage an Efficient Database

Databases are very important for businesses because they communicate information, track customer profiles and monitor product inventory. With this information, you can improve efficiency, make data-driven decisions and avoid redundancy. However, your database can only...

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The History of Databases

Databases are a critical part of our world. We use them without even realizing it, such as when buying something online, logging into a streaming service or checking a bank statement. The concept of a database existed long before computers were invented. The...

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What are Database Dependencies?

Even though database dependencies are common, they are known to confuse students and database professionals. Fortunately, they’re not as complicated as they seem - you just need to get used to working with them. Let’s learn more about database dependencies, why...

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How to Design a Travel Website Database

The pandemic has put a lot of stress on the travel industry but things are finally starting to look up. Recovery takes time and goes in phases, but the future is bright. According to this article, luxury travel is the fastest growing sector of the travel industry....

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How to Establish Table Indexes in Databases

Using table indexes allows you to find information within your database faster and more efficiently. The two indexes most commonly used in databases are unique and non-unique. To ensure you're using the indexes correctly, it’s important to know the difference between...

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