Cleaning up Databases to Save Time... and Money

Friday Apr 29th 2005 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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A global consulting firm discovered that using new software to clean up their databases, not only saved them time... it also saved them money.

[From Datamation]

Before a global consulting firm integrated new software into its 5-terabyte database, the company's IT staff spent so much time cleaning up their information that bigger projects had to take a back seat.

IT workers at Hewitt Associates, a human resources consulting and outsourcing company based in Lincolnshire, Il., had gotten used to spending many tedious hours searching through their IBM Lotus Domino servers and racking through confusing Domino logs to determine which applications weren't being used, costing the company lots of hard drive space and money.

To solve this problem they recently started using DYS Analytics' Control Usage Investigator (CUI) software.

The article continues at http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/datbus/article.php/3501556

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