The storage of an organisation's data (e.g. medical imaging data) at a remote site, management of which may be the responsibility of a third party. See Application Service Provider (ASP).
A compilation of data from a variety of sources for storage and easy retrieval.
Computer system design in which all information is stored ("warehoused") in a single database. Information is then accessed by users, as designated. This approach ensures full systems integration.
This technology collates and stores data in such a way that management can easily access it.
Data warehousing refers to the logical and strategic ordering and storage of contact data into a database thereby allowing easy and intuitive analysis and reporting. This generally requires a company to connect multiple, existing databases.