!p>All companies utilize databases to take orders, develop business plans, deliver business automation, and increase sales revenue. The quality of database management often translates directly into customer satisfaction. The consequences of data unavailability, loss or inaccuracy can be severe. In some cases, even temporary loss of data can cause irreparable harm for an organization. For such reasons, companies turn to remote database administration (remote DBA) not only for supplemental database support but also for complete database administration outsourcing.
Remote database administration is a service in which a company’s database environment is monitored and managed from a remote location. Remote DBA allows companies to focus on their core competencies while maximizing utilization of cutting edge database technologies in a cost efficient manner. The major advantages of remote DBA are cost savings and increased quality of support. A team of database experts provide around-the-clock support to ensure that database coverage is continuous. By taking a proactive, systematic approach to database administration, remote DBA can achieve economies of scale while remaining focused on service excellence.
Leveraging the extensive institutional knowledge of a professional remote DBA vendor creates a more stable and consistent platform to support a company’s ever-changing database needs. And by identifying all database vulnerabilities and deficiencies at the start of a remote support contract, a remote DBA provider adds value to the company’s IT initiatives from the very beginning. The advantages of remote DBA are:
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Kashif Mukhtar is Director of Professional Services at Bluewolf global headquarters in New York City. Bluewolf is the leading provider of US-based managed services for remote DBA and cloud computing consulting for salesforce.com and other leading adaptive technologies. For more information, visit bluewolf.com/remote-dba
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