Why Use a Database?

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There is a reason why we use database. There is a sense of compactness, since there is no use of paper, speed because the computer can restore the stored Data Base very fast than the normal human manual hand can do, less drudgery because the computer does everything for you and currency will be more specific since you?re using Data Base information.
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A database is a list of information stored and kept in a format making it easier to find or retrieve it when needed. They include features such as transactions,tables,aggregates that make it easier.
A database is a collection of organized data for one or more uses, typically in digital form. Database can store a large number of records, ease of use when locating information, it is easy to add new data and to edit or delete old data, there is ease of storage Data can be imported into other applications. More than one person can access the same database at the same time - multi-access hence save time. Security may be better than in paper files.
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