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Data architecture: The information paradigm

by William H. Inmon

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This book/video package describes what you need to know in order to obtain a high-performance data architecture that offers intense availability, rapid application development, easy maintenance, accurate data and creditable decision-support processing. Details how the optimally designed and properly implemented information environment should look. The information paradigm lets you evaluate present systems and opportunities against a benchmark system, decide on support tools and position your organization to support components of the paradigm not yet in place.

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