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Definitions in Information Management Summary
Although there is a superficial appreciation of the importance of definitions, too few practical approaches have yet been created to use them effectively in data management.

Topics: Information Management, Data Modeling and Design, Data Governance

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
The Advantages of Data Warehouse Appliances Revisited Summary
Rick van der Lans suggests that the extra advantage of a data warehouse appliance is that the business intelligence architecture can be simplified. He explains that a data warehouse appliance can also reduce complexity, improve flexibility and reduce costs.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Appliances

by Rick van der Lans | 0 comments
Sentiment Analysis – A Solution Overview Summary
This article looks at the entire process of sentiment analysis from identifying the opinion sources to the visualization of the results.

Topics: Analytics, Text Analytics, Text Mining

by Aravind Shenai | 1 comment
Business Intelligence Really Can Be Fast and Effective
by Claudia Imhoff | 0 comments
Extending the Scope and Reach of Business Intelligence, Part 3 Summary
Is data federation in your future? This article describes the most popular usages of data federation as well as situations where it may not be a good option.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Enterprise Information Integration (EII), ETL, Data Virtualization, Data Federation

by Claudia Imhoff, Colin White | 0 comments
Reflections on Identity and Master Data Management Summary
Identity is one particular problem in master data management (MDM). Actually, it is one of the key problems that MDM is trying to solve. But just what is identity, and why is it so difficult?

Topics: Information Management, Master Data Management (MDM)
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by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
Enterprise Business Intelligence and "Out-of-the-Box" Solutions Summary
There are many factors that affect the success of an enterprise business intelligence initiative, and this article suggests out-of-the-box enterprise BI solutions should include a common data model, core processes (for ETL, reporting, analytics), a governance structure, a common approach to data quality, a presentation layer and metrics, and a decisioning engine.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Enterprise Information Integration (EII), Enterprise Information Management (EIM)

by Korhan Yunak | 0 comments
A Classification Scheme for Data Summary
Rick van der Lans introduces a classification scheme that would be suitable for indicating what types of data are stored in which data sources.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Architecture, Data Management
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by Rick van der Lans | 0 comments
Extending the Scope and Reach of Business Intelligence, Part 2 Summary
Claudia Imhoff and Colin White take a look at lower-cost deployment options for business intelligence applications focusing specifically on analytical database management systems and appliances.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Databases/Database Administration, Analytics, Appliances, Cloud Computing
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by Claudia Imhoff, Colin White | 0 comments
Cleaning Structured Transaction-Based Data Summary
Bill Inmon compares the task of cleaning structured transaction-based data to that of sweeping sand in a beach house – it's a losing proposition.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Data Quality, Unstructured Data, ETL, Data Migration

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Is the Data Delivery Platform a Federated Architecture? Summary
Rick van der Lans clarifies the relationship between the data delivery platform and the federated architecture and the federation server.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Architecture

by Rick van der Lans | 0 comments
An IT Progression Summary
Bill Inmon takes a look at the amazing transformations IT has undergone since the 1960s.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
And a Sawyer Takes the Pot Summary
Bill Inmon contradicts the flawed logic of the corporate bully.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
From Business Intelligence to Enterprise IT Architecture, Part 1 Summary
The boundaries between operational and informational computing are becoming increasingly blurred. This series of articles explores the business and technological drivers for this change and its far-reaching implications for architects, developers and vendors alike. It also describes the architecture that’s needed to move the focus from business intelligence to the wider world of enterprise architecture.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Architecture

by Barry Devlin | 0 comments
What is a Semantic Layer and Why Would I Want One? Summary
There are real benefits to be gained through the use of semantic layers. Semantic layers are increasingly becoming available within all types of reporting environments, and their use should be encouraged.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Query & Reporting

by Chris Daniels | 0 comments

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