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A person or entity managing executive duties.


Informatics A user registered to a server who has one or more class privileges.
Managed care A white-collar worker, usually a nonphysician, who directs and/or manages the operational aspects of an enterprise—e.g., a medical center or bureaucracy.


Bureaucracy A white-collar worker, usually a nonphysician, who directs and/or manages operational aspects of a business or bureaucracy. See Scientific review administrator, State fluoridation administrator, Third-party administrator.


A person or entity managing executive duties.


n a person who manages or directs a dental benefits program on behalf of the program's sponsor. See also third-party administrator and dental benefits organization.
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By streamlining and consolidating tasks, data administrators, database managers, and systems administrators can optimize their limited resources and reduce system downtime.
Open platform: Customization and configuration of ETL tools has always been a challenge for data administrators.
As a result of the synergy between CorWorks and Visual Insights, business analysts, statisticians, data administrators, IS staff and other business users will be able to use CorWorks to model and analyze massive amounts of compressed enterprise data and see the results displayed in a highly graphical, three-dimensional user interface.
The technology gives data administrators everything they need to pull data from the operational environment, import it to the data warehouse and maintain the system.
0 triggers are used by data administrators and application developers to ensure that data in the database adheres to explicit business rules.
Administration -- enables data administrators to maintain control over sensitive information, preserve data integrity and prevent unauthorized use while providing users with direct access to information.

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