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January 2008 Archives

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Todd Elsberg of Equinix talks about how Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise platform is applied to address the growth, scalability and customer on-boarding processes that are mission critical to a company growing at 41% year over year. A 16 week success story for one of the largest network neutral data centers companies in the world.

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Posted January 29, 2008 5:42 AM
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Posted January 25, 2008 6:32 AM
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One of the best parts about the Network's growing presence in Europe is I get to meet companies that are providing great value in regional markets that may not be on your radar. illuminate is a new type of data warehouse that provides greater flexibility than other solutions. The way illuminate organizes data allows it to provide the following to its clients.

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Advantages of illuminate
Flexible
With illuminate it is simple to ask new questions or to build new reports. There will be no need to restructure the data warehouse.

Extensible

With illuminate it is easy to add new data, data sources, or fields. Again, there will be no need to restructure the data warehouse.

Fast

Using illuminate speeds up the entire process:

The business analysis phase becomes very short. There is no need to anticipate queries and reports in advance.

The logical design phase is also short. There is no need for dimensions or other structures.

The physical design phase is highly simplified. There is no need for optimizations or clustered storage on disk.

The build phase is easy and highly automated. All decomposition and value-indexing is done automatically during load-time.

Complex queries can be built very fast with the special exploration tool. There is no need for complex SQL statements for these queries.

All searches and queries are executed very fast because they always use indexed data.

illuminate has passionate employees and is poised for great things check them out here


Posted January 23, 2008 6:13 AM
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I am very proud to announce that Mary Jo Nott has joined the team here at the Business Intelligence Network as Executive Editor. Mary Jo has more than 10 years of experience in our industry and will be a great addition to our already expert editorial group. Her first day is February 4th, 2008

Welcome aboard Mary Jo!!

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Mary Jo Nott Named Executive Editor of the Business Intelligence Network

BOULDER, CO--(Marketwire - January 22, 2008) - The Business Intelligence Network™ announces that industry veteran Mary Jo Nott will be joining the company as Executive Editor. Her employment will begin on February 4, 2008.

"I am delighted that Mary Jo has chosen the Business Intelligence Network to continue her work in the industry. With her many years of experience covering the business intelligence industry, she will be an asset to the Network and complement our tenured and highly experienced editorial team," said Cofounder and President Ron Powell.

"I am looking forward to working with Mary Jo again. She is highly respected in the business intelligence space and very well liked by everyone in the community," said Shawn Rogers, Cofounder and Executive Vice President.

In her role, Mary Jo will be performing editorial duties at industry conferences and events, writing news for the Network and working with experts in the industry to produce the high quality content that is the hallmark of the Business Intelligence Network.

"I am excited to become a contributing member of this vibrant online community," said Nott. "I love the enthusiasm and intelligence that abound in the business intelligence space and am glad to be a part of the Business Intelligence Network."

Prior to joining the Business Intelligence Network™, Mary Jo spent more than 10 years in leading editorial roles at DM Review magazine, a print publication founded by Business Intelligence Network executives Ron Powell and Shawn Rogers. Before joining the magazine, Mary Jo held customer service roles at Kalmbach Publishing and Waukesha County Technical College.

About the Business Intelligence Network™

The Business Intelligence Network (www.BeyeNETWORK.com) provides horizontal technology coverage from the most respected thought leaders in business intelligence, business performance management, data warehousing, information quality and data integration, serving these communities with unparalleled industry coverage and resources through a network of websites.


Posted January 22, 2008 1:49 PM
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A quick look at last years mergers and acquisitions.

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Ok....so who did I miss?


Tags: Mergers, Acquisitions, business intelligence


Posted January 18, 2008 6:50 AM
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