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ALSO CALLED: Database Managers (Software), Database Management Tools, Integrated Database Management Software, DBMS, DBM Tools
DEFINITION: A database management system (DBMS), sometimes just called a database manager, is a program that lets one or more computer users create and access data in a database. The DBMS manages user requests (and requests from other programs) so that users and other programs are free from having to understand where the data is physically located on storage media and, in a multi-user system, who else may also  … 
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Acronis Backup & Recovery® 11.5 for Workstation
sponsored by Acronis
TRIAL SOFTWARE: This is a free trial download for a software backup solution from Acronis that offers an array of unique features
Posted: 25 Feb 2014 | Premiered: 25 Feb 2014

Acronis

DB2 for Linux, Unix, and Windows
sponsored by IBM
TRIAL SOFTWARE: Many organizations are leveraging IBM’s DB2 for its cost and security benefits, as well as its ease of use. This resource introduces its new enhancements that further reduce storage costs and can lead to significant performance improvements. See firsthand what it can offer your organization by downloading this trial.
Posted: 27 Apr 2012 | Premiered: 27 Apr 2012

IBM

SQL Anywhere v11.0.1 Developer Edition
sponsored by Sybase, an SAP company
SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD: Addresses need for high reliability and data sync to multiple device platforms. Avoids need for a DBA, and reduces development effort by simplifying performance optimisation and back end connectivity. Works with standard development tools and languages.
Posted: 18 Jun 2010 | Premiered: 18 Jun 2010

Sybase, an SAP company
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DATABASE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued): …  be accessing the data. In handling user requests, the DBMS ensures the integrity of the data (that is, making sure it continues to be accessible and is consistently organized as intended) and security (making sure only those with access privileges can access the data). The most typical DBMS is a relational database management system (RDBMS). A standard user and program interface is the Structured Query Language (SQL). A newer kind of DBMS is the object-oriented database management system (ODBMS). A DBMS can be thought of as a file manager that manages data in databases rather than files … 

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