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DDBMS (Distributed Database Management System)

A DDBMS enables end users or application programmers to view a collection of physically separate databases as if they were stored on one computer. A DDBMS regularly synchronizes the data and ensures that updates and data deletion transfers to the data that is stored in other locations. This service prevents conflicting information from appearing at different locations in a business network.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About DDBMS (Distributed Database Management System)

A DBMS simplifies database management and ensures accuracy. This simplification is especially important for SMBs because they can do more with fewer resources, including employee hours. Separately managing physical databases is time-consuming and more prone to mistakes and forgotten updates.

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