Create a secure database in Sharepoint to collate information.
Project Database in Sharepoint
Next Geosolutions recently hosted an industrial year placement to collate structured information about their wide range of marine energy development projects i.e. the NextGeo project database.
The proposal now is to move the information into a Sharepoint location so that it can be accessed and modified as necessary by both the Commercial and Operational teams, both dispersed across multinational locations.
The aims of this project are to build a data structure in SharePoint (using database theory), assigning security to the database to protect the information, how to clean and organise data, and how the database could develop in the future.
During this project, you will learn about database theory, security models, data structuring and authentication, and data entry and cleaning. You will liaise with members of the Commercial, Operations (project management) and Reporting teams about the data contained in the database, and future use and data input.
Key skills and interests
- Data management and authentication
- Data security
- Organised and methodical approach to work.
Host company information
Next Geosolutions (NextGeo) is an international marine geoscience and offshore construction support service provider operating primarily in the energy, infrastructure, and utilities markets.
Established in late 2014, NextGeo is recognised as a leading player in its field providing high quality, cost-efficient solutions covering the entire life cycle of assets and projects, from their initial conception up to decommissioning.
With a fleet of 15 state-of-the-art DP class 1 and 2 vessels and a multi-national blend of around 230 skilled and experienced professionals (our biggest asset), NextGeo offers a variety of services from specialised consultancy to marine geophysical, geotechnical, environmental and archaeological surveying.
This project has been designed to help students achieve a GOLD Crest award. Download the CREST project guide to help you.
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