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Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance—What Were the Legislators Thinking? Summary
Surviving the impact of compliance on your data warehouse.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Best Practices, Business Intelligence

by Claudia Imhoff | 0 comments
04-19-2005
The Enterprise Portal: A Growing, but Confusing, Marketplace Summary
The portal industry is alive and well, and growing rapidly.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Best Practices, Business Intelligence, Business Process Management (BPM), Collaboration, Content Management, Information Management, Knowledge Management

by Colin White | 0 comments
04-18-2005
Benford’s Law—Information Analysis and BPM Summary
Logarithmic size laws and intuition.

Topics: Performance Management, Best Practices, Business Intelligence

by David Loshin | 0 comments
04-18-2005
Data Warehousing: Our Great Debate Wraps Up Summary
This last article will summarize our key debate points. reader feedback and answers to questions that have been received will be published in the blog.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Best Practices

by Katherine Drewek | 0 comments
04-14-2005
The Government Information Factory Summary
The arrival of the GIF was a natural evolution from the corporate information factory.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Best Practices, Architecture

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
04-14-2005
Business Performance Management Standards Summary
Leaders unite to drive business performance management.

Topics: Performance Management, Business Intelligence

by Craig Schiff | 0 comments
04-11-2005
Business Performance Management Summary
Striking the balance between information systems and processes.

Topics: Data Governance, Best Practices, Business Intelligence, Performance Management, Compliance, Query & Reporting

by Chris Iervolino | 0 comments
04-11-2005
Data Warehousing: Relational vs. Multi-Dimensional Data Summary
The differences between Inmon's concept of relational data design and Kimball's multi-dimensional data design are at the heart of the controversy in defending their architectures.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Best Practices, Data Mining and Statistical Analysis

by Katherine Drewek | 0 comments
04-06-2005
Business Intelligence Without Information Quality? NOT!!! Summary
Effective learning organizations manage their information as a resource by applying sound quality management.

Topics: Information Quality (IQ), Data Quality

by Larry English | 0 comments
04-05-2005
Data Warehousing: Similarities and Differences of Inmon and Kimball Summary
How do the two architectures differ? how great the chasm? Is there a common ground?

Topics: Data Warehousing, Best Practices, Architecture, Corporate Information Factory

by Katherine Drewek | 0 comments
03-31-2005
Business Intelligence: Customers and the Public Sector Summary
Who are the real customers of the government?

Topics: Data Governance, Best Practices, Business Intelligence, Compliance, CRM

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
03-31-2005
Business Metadata: How to Write Definitions Summary
Business Metadata is all about adding context to data.

Topics: Data Governance, Best Practices, Business Intelligence, Compliance, CRM

by Bonnie O'Neil | 0 comments
03-29-2005
What the iPod has to Teach Us About BI Design: Build Simpler BI Systems to Increase Impact Summary
The value of a business intelligence solution is not in distributing information, but in the improved decision making that information enables. Decision making is not improved unless the BI solution is actually used by the people that make decisions.

Topics: Data Governance, Best Practices, Business Intelligence, Compliance, CRM

by Tom Victory | 0 comments
03-24-2005
Data Warehouse: Bill Inmon’s Vision Summary
Acknowledged as the father of the Data Warehouse, Bill Inmon shares his views on his concept and design.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Best Practices, Architecture, Corporate Information Factory

by Katherine Drewek | 0 comments
03-23-2005
Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance in the Brave New World Summary
From a legal standpoint, a corporation has every right to look at and monitor corporate communications, and that includes E-mail.

Topics: Data Governance, Compliance, Best Practices

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
03-23-2005

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