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Richard Hackathorn

Welcome to my blog stream. I am focusing on the business value of low latency data, real-time business intelligence (BI), data warehouse (DW) appliances, use of virtual world technology, ethics of business intelligence and globalization of business intelligence. However, my blog entries may range widely depending on current industry events and personal life changes. So, readers beware!

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Dr. Richard Hackathorn is founder and president of Bolder Technology, Inc. He has more than thirty years of experience in the information technology industry as a well-known industry analyst, technology innovator and international educator. He has pioneered many innovations in database management, decision support, client-server computing, database connectivity, associative link analysis, data warehousing, and web farming. Focus areas are: business value of timely data, real-time business intelligence (BI), data warehouse appliances, ethics of business intelligence and globalization of BI.

Richard has published numerous articles in trade and academic publications, presented regularly at leading industry conferences and conducted professional seminars in eighteen countries. He writes regularly for the BeyeNETWORK.com and has a channel for his blog, articles and research studies. He is a member of the IBM Gold Consultants since its inception, the Boulder BI Brain Trust and the Independent Analyst Platform.

Dr. Hackathorn has written three professional texts, entitled Enterprise Database Connectivity, Using the Data Warehouse (with William H. Inmon), and Web Farming for the Data Warehouse.

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A webcast from IBM describes the integration of the Optim product from Princeton Softech, acquired in September 2007. The focus is on the set of tools and procedures for managing the IT architecture across a wide scope of functions. The figure below show this scope as 14 sectors. I was impressed with the breath of functions that much be considered as a whole if a company is to manage properly its enterprise data asset.

Posted September 12, 2008 8:00 AM
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Hi Richard,
My name is billy from Indonesia.
I want to learn more about Enterprise Data Management, can you give me a clue about relation between data architect & governance, data quality and advanced data analytics to EDM.
What is the rules and task of 3 things above.
please kindly tell me you link so I can read much about EDM

Thank you

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