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February 2014 - Business Intelligence Content Archive

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The Ubiquitous Spreadsheet [Published: 02-06-2014]
Bill Inmon reminds us of the problems that can arise from the use of spreadsheets.

The Olympics Again: At What Price this Time? [Published: 02-10-2014]
Dr. Barquin looks at the good, the bad and the ugly of the current Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

Building a Data Warehouse with a Limited Budget [Published: 02-14-2014]
Ron Powell, independent consultant/analyst and BeyeNETWORK expert, talks with Sharon Odom and Su Rayburn of Delta Community Credit Union about how they built a second-generation data warehouse with WhereScape.

Kimball versus Inmon Approach [Published: 02-18-2014]
Data warehousing approaches fall into two major camps: Inmon or Kimball. Deborah Arline compares the two approaches.

The Evolving Modern Data Warehouse [Published: 02-18-2014]
How is data warehousing changing in order to meet modern business requirements and realities? Timur Mehmedbasic explains the evolution and how organizations are addressing the rapidly increasing data volumes as well as the growing variety of data types.

Are Big Data and Data Science Initiatives Cost Prohibitive? [Published: 02-26-2014]
Are big data projects beyond the reach of all but the large enterprises? You may be surprised to learn that big data projects don't necessarily mean big expense.

Analyzing Search [Published: 02-27-2014]
Ever wonder what online businesses can learn from your search activity? David Loshin looks at how this information can be analyzed over time to extrapolate your demographic details as well as your areas of interest.