When you created a My Organizer account on this website, you answered questions about yourself and came up with a password. But where does all that information go? How is it stored and then promptly retrieved each time you log in?
Just ask our database administrators. Thanks to their efforts, your data and the data of thousands of other users remains secure and accessible.
Database administrators organize, track, and store information for businesses and other organizations. They also design and coordinate database security systems.
The United Network for Organ Sharing uses a database to match donated hearts, lungs, and other body organs to the people who need them.
Curious about new technology and adaptable. Employers look for people who can learn new systems quickly and start putting them to use right away.
Database administrators must know a programming language for managing databases called SQL.