As market factors such as corporate compliance have compounded the pressure to ensure that organizations are always working with timely and accurate information, data inconsistencies, redundancy, and poor data quality are no longer acceptable.A single, consistent view of business information with assurance that it is accurate and trustworthy is imperative.This approach enables standardization and encourages communication across the enterprise.In fact, our governance model recently won special recognition in 2014 from the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO).Data center services for mainframes, servers, networks, print and mail, and data center operations are provided by multiple service component providers under the coordination of a single services integrator.For questions about DCS fees, please email us at [email protected].Introduction Over the last 15 years, organizations have established business intelligence (BI) as a critical application for delivering insight, enabling better decision making, and driving enterprise performance.This enables consolidation of many more pluggable databases compared to the old architecture, offering similar benefits to schema-based consolidation but with none of the major application changes required by that approach.Creating pluggable databases, moving pluggable databases between containers, and cloning pluggable databases are done with new SQL commands and take just seconds.
A comprehensive EIM strategy helps organizations improve operational efficiency and bottomline performance and serves to broaden the effectiveness and reach of BI solutions.
DIR provides contract management and oversight functions for DCS contracts, including: DIR has Interagency Contracts (IACs) with participating agencies delineating the services and terms of the relationship between agencies and DIR.
DIR charges a fee of 2.95% of the customer’s monthly invoice (service provider charges) to recover costs associated with managing the program.
For instance, during disasters, citizens rely on the ability of state agencies to react at a moment’s notice. At the same time, state agencies are trusted with citizens’ private information. In an effort to strengthen both, the Legislature saw an opportunity to consolidate the data centers of state agencies into two state-of-the-art data centers.
This has made information more easily retrievable, helped simplify technology upgrades, and improved disaster recovery capabilities.