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Integration Summary
Textual integration is now rivaling systems integration in importance.

Topics: Data Integration

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
08-03-2006
The Evolution of a Data Czar Summary
Learn how one Data Czar managed his company’s data as an asset, and also how a strategy was devised to cement the data management function and its value proposition.

Topics: Information Management, Data Quality, Customer Data Integration

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
08-03-2006
Neutral or Fast Lane for Telecoms? Summary
Currently, the Internet is free and open to anyone who wants to post content and/or access content. About the only limiting factor is the speed of connection to the Internet. Is that about to change?

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence

by John Myers | 0 comments
08-01-2006
Is a Data Warehouse Appliance Right for You? Summary
The top-line view from the assessment suggested in this article will enable development of a short-list of options based on needs to assist an organization when deciding between an appliance or built-to-requirement data warehouse.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Appliances

by Rajeev Rawat | 0 comments
08-01-2006
Integrating Data Summary
What exactly is meant by systems integration – and what is it that ETL does for us that is so valuable?

Topics: Data Integration

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
07-27-2006
Do Your Rollups Really Roll Up? Summary
The success of the data warehouse – and sometimes the business itself – depends upon the appropriate defining of KPIs and key business concepts.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Information Management

by Bonnie O'Neil | 0 comments
07-27-2006
Is Your Business Intelligence Like Everyone Else's? Summary
The secret to being better at BI than others – not just being like others – lies in actually knowing what one is doing and thus what else is needed in order to further drive the business.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Gabriel Fuchs | 0 comments
07-25-2006
Top 10 Trends in Business Intelligence, Part 2 Summary
The top 10 business intelligence trends that Knightsbridge has identified for 2006 indicate a greater awareness and appreciation of the importance of timely, quality information throughout organizations in all industries.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

by Jim Wirth | 0 comments
07-25-2006
The Usefulness of Patents Summary
How does a small company produce innovation and capitalize on the advances made in the marketplace?

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
07-20-2006
Enterprising Linux Summary
How does a company like Red Hat win new customers when anyone, including their potential customers and competitors, can get the source code to Red Hat's flagship product, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)? And why is that an advantage, not a problem?

Topics: Open Source BI

by Pete Loshin | 0 comments
07-20-2006
Prioritizing Healthcare Business Intelligence Applications Summary
There are special considerations when prioritizing business intelligence applications in a healthcare environment, but fortunately there are only a few important ones.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
07-18-2006
Social Network Analysis and Business Intelligence Summary
Business intelligence must be transmitted, communicated and shared in order to be useful and actionable.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
07-18-2006
Identity Resolution and Data Integration Summary
Policies and procedures must be explored to ensure that privacy restrictions are not violated when identity resolution techniques are employed.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by David Loshin | 0 comments
07-17-2006
What Does Web 2.0 Mean to the Enterprise? Summary
Web 2.0 represents a completely new approach to producing and sharing information in enterprises.

Topics: Open Source BI

by Colin White | 0 comments
07-17-2006
The Personal E-Mail Quiz Summary
Do you use e-mail for interpersonal communication, or is it just noise?

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
07-13-2006

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