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Articles by John Bair

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Emerging Cloud Appliances for Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing Summary
Cloud-based appliances for business intelligence and data warehousing provide significant benefits. John Bair explores these benefits as well as the challenges and opportunities involved in this type of architecture.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Cloud Computing

by John Bair | 0 comments
04-16-2013
The Unique Challenges of Cloud Data Security Summary
Data security is a challenge regardless of architecture. John Bair explains that in cloud environments, it is possible to manage risks with controls in a cloud data security framework.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing

by John Bair | 0 comments
08-16-2011
On the Reliability of Cloud Computing Summary
John Bair discusses the recent outage in Amazon Web Services EC2 services and how it may impact cloud adoption.

Topics: Information Management, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Cloud Computing

by John Bair | 0 comments
04-27-2011
Analytics: Cloud Computing as an Equalizer Summary
Read about barriers that have prevented some organizations from being able to benefit from world-class analytics and the cloud-computing breakthroughs changing that situation.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Cloud Computing

by John Bair | 0 comments
04-19-2011
Practical Data Quality for Financial Services Summary
With a Data Governance Entity in place and quality raised as a top-tier issue, the question now becomes how to fix data quality problems.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Cloud Computing

by John Bair, Duffie Brunson | 0 comments
03-22-2005

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