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The Different Types of Operational Data Stores Summary
What are the differences between an enterprise ODS and an e-business Web-based ODS?

Topics: Data Warehousing, Information Management

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
10-12-2006
Information, Value and the Long Tail Summary
The “long tail” is an idea that is currently being socialized, and this article explores how it relates to information management.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Data Mining and Statistical Analysis, Data Quality, Information Quality (IQ)

by David Loshin | 0 comments
10-12-2006
Simple Displays of Complex Quantitative Relationships Summary
This article features the winning solution, submitted by Jock Mackinlay of Tableau Software, for the third scenario in the 2006 Data Visualization Competition.

Topics: Analytics, Visualization

by Stephen Few | 0 comments
10-10-2006
Multivariate Analysis Using Heatmaps Summary
This is the third article in a series that began in July with the article entitled, "An Introduction to Visual Multivariate Analysis."

Topics: Analytics, Visualization

by Stephen Few | 0 comments
10-10-2006
Data Warehouse and Design Review Summary
Where is design review today in the world of data warehousing and decision support systems?

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
10-05-2006
Clustering, SMP and MPP in Very Large Data Warehouses (VLDWs) Summary
This article presents Oracle RAC and its use as a multiterabyte warehousing solution.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Dan Linstedt | 0 comments
10-05-2006
The Matrix – Now at a Computer Near You Summary
With a matrix, data can be grouped and structured in ways that are not possible in a standard report table, but does this result in too much of a good thing?

Topics: Business Intelligence, Query & Reporting

by Gabriel Fuchs | 0 comments
10-03-2006
Lessons in Data Warehousing from Walt Disney and His Magic Kingdom Summary
Walt Disney and his Magic Kingdom can serve as sources of inspiration for data warehousing adventures. The two have more in common than you might think.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Best Practices, Enterprise Information Management (EIM)

by Jim Wirth | 0 comments
10-03-2006
The Life Cycle of Data Summary
A review of the predictable journey of data can assist in technology selection.

Topics: Information Management

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
09-28-2006
Comments on Metadata Summary
This feature is a "Letter to Bill" that Bill Inmon recently received from Jerry Rosenbaum, a consultant with more than 40 years of IT experience. Jerry agrees with Bill's business metadata article, but asserts that there are additional talking points.

Topics: Information Management

by Jerry Rosenbaum | 0 comments
09-28-2006
Complexity Cubed Summary
Promotions are complex business structures, and promotion analysis is challenging. Can business intelligence help?

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Nancy DeLong, Steven Humphrey | 0 comments
09-26-2006
Metadata-Driven Enterprise Data Management – Future or Fantasy? Summary
A metadata-driven methodology for EDM allows all components to share information about the data as it moves through its life cycle, thereby enabling consistency, accountability and true control of data assets.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Information Management, Data Quality, Metadata

by Deborah Poindexter | 0 comments
09-26-2006
Data Confidence Summary
Data confidence, a critical management success factor, is not automatic. How do you attain it?

Topics: Information Management, Data Quality

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
09-21-2006
CRM Means "Customer Relationship Makeup"? Summary
Will CRM transform your organization to be the business equivalent of Angelina Jolie?

Topics: Information Management, Data Quality

by Gabriel Fuchs | 0 comments
09-21-2006
Business Intelligence and Illegal Trade Summary
Business intelligence will always have a key role to play in serving as a platform for decision making as we have to choose between several courses of action.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
09-19-2006

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