Database Business Analyst
Database business analysts (DBA) assist and guide business personnel to utilize their database systems but also set up the necessary hardware and software. DBA can work in very large or variety of organizations ranging from retail stores to educational institutions. DBA, also called data managers, handle electronic information found on computer systems in order to fulfill the data needs of clients. These analysts must make sure that the information is easily shareable, understandable, accessible and accurate. They must also know how all of the database systems interact with each other and they must be able to draw diagrams in order to show how these systems will work. Ultimately, they must be able to get the computers purchased by the company to work together. When all of these computers are hooked up, data analysts test the system to make sure that it works. Many data analysts must also focus on the security of the information found in the database. Data analysts also make sure that the systems technology is up-to-date, so that information can be transferred in the most efficient way possible.