Document Management System. Also, Electronic Document Management System (EDMS), a system for managing electronic and paper-based documents. More advanced systems allow customization of meta data, linking of documents and in the future using semantic web technologies to make information more accessible. Includes searches and versioning of documents. Should be integrateable with all other business systems to support building and integrated e-business environment. E-Business A fusion of business processes, enterprise applications, and organizational structure creating a high-performance business model. Enables efficient and customer focused e-commerce.
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Diploma in Management Studies
Document Management System, older software systems for managing and in some cases creating documents. Modern systems for document managament include E-Business A fusion of business processes, enterprise applications, and organizational structure creating a high-performance business model. Enables efficient and customer focused e-commerce.
(Document Management System) Management and presentation of electronic “documents” through their entire life cycle, from creation to archiving. Similar to a CMS but focuses on managing the elements of a document – keywords, headers, paragraphs, author, creation date etc.
Debt Management System
Database Management System. Collection of software for organizing the information in a database which might contain routines for data input, verification, storage, retrieval, and combination.
See database management system.
Dynamic Multifunctional System. System which includes all the activities for the maintenance, technical control, cleaning and readying of the commercial services, for the management of modern rolling stock (e.g. high-speed trains).
database managed space. Space in a table that is managed by the database.
Document Management System. The COSA document management system consists of the product family's Workflow and archiving component. The system allows creating and administering archived objects in a quick and intuitive way. At the same time, the system forwards all required objects to the responsible users at any time. An extensive rights concept makes sure that only authorized users can access specific objects.
Dataless Management Services. Dataless Management Services is a service provided by Digital whereby a server computer system maintains the root, /usr, and /var file systems for client computer systems connected to the server via a Local Area Network (LAN).
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data mining server. The component of the Oracle database that implements the data mining engine and persistent metadata repository.
See " DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM".
Data Management System. The PRISM subsystem that is responsible for capturing and storing raw mass spectral data, as well as maintaining tracking metadata regarding Campaigns, Cell Cultures, Experiments, Datasets, and Analysis Jobs
Department of Management Services.
see document management
acronym for Document Management System
DMSC – Database Management and Standards Committee – Maintains quality standards for the central catalog. Creates policies and procedures concerning all metadata for all members to follow. Consists primarily of cataloging and technical services librarians.
Document Management System. Software that indexes and profiles documents based on content; controls documents using such functions as check in/check out, version control, audit trails, and security of information; and facilitates searching by profile values or by some other hierarchical structure such as folders and files. DMS creates structure and access methods for electronic documents and provides a database of documents that can be searched and retrieved. A DMS does not directly address retention management and disposition, rather, it manages versions of documents currently being worked on. A DMS should be used in conjunction with a records management application (RMA).
Derivatives Management Specialist (designation granted by the Canadian Securities Institute)