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Information Management Deficiency Syndrome: The Symptoms Summary
Jon Evans emphasizes that today’s proliferation of data-centric systems coupled with a climate of ever-increasing regulatory compliance should put information management at the very top of every organisation’s agenda.

Topics: Information Management

by Jon Evans | 0 comments
02-09-2009
Information Quality Management as a Business Management Tool Summary
Larry English reminds us that learning and applying the principles with the proven quality management tools described in this article will enable your enterprise to begin the transformation to an effective – and sustainable – information quality culture.

Topics: Information Quality (IQ), Data Quality
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by Larry English | 0 comments
27-08-2009
Database Technology for the Web: Part 3 – Hadoop Summary
In his continuing series on database technology for the Web, Colin White looks at Hadoop, concluding that while it is not an alternative to a relational DBMS for many enterprise applications, it is useful for certain specialized data-intensive applications that relational DBMSs may not be able to handle.

Topics: Information Management, Data Management, Architecture

by Colin White | 0 comments
25-08-2009
You Know It’s Good When You Like It Again Summary
Frank Dravis describes his experiences with a project plan for a customer data warehouse implementation and describes how it validated his recent white paper on data governance and data management.

Topics: Information Management, Data Governance, Data Management

by Frank Dravis | 0 comments
13-08-2009
Data Modelling is not Just for DBMSs, Part 2 Summary
In the final installment in this series, Chris Bradley discusses modelling for the "new" technologies, demonstrating the benefits, the greatest change required and what needs to stay the same.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Data Modeling and Design

by Chris Bradley | 0 comments
05-08-2009
History, Truth and Data Summary
In the spirit of trying to get to the point where it might be possible to ask some clear questions, rather than provide any answers, Malcolm Chisholm considers the relationship between history, truth and data from a very general perspective.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Data Management

by Malcolm Chisholm | 1 comment
05-08-2009
When Data Can’t Be Trusted, Master Data Management Becomes “Plan B” Summary
Jill Dyché explains why companies are turning to master data management when they discover they have many different versions of the same data.

Topics: Data Integration, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
04-08-2009
Readmission Rates: A Step Toward Better Healthcare Business Intelligence Summary
Scott Wanless discusses how performance measurement is growing up in healthcare, driving the need for more sophisticated business intelligence for providers, payers, regulators, quality improvement groups and patients.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
04-08-2009
Database Technology for the Web: Part 2 – Event Analytics Summary
Colin White provides an overview of event analytics and shows how this type of processing fits into an operational business intelligence (BI) environment.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence, Business Process Management (BPM), Web Analytics

by Colin White | 0 comments
28-07-2009
The Data Delivery Platform: Collected Comments Summary
Rick van der Lans responds to comments and questions he received after the BeyeNETWORK published his series on the flaws of the classic data warehouse architecture.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Data Acquisition and Delivery

by Rick van der Lans | 0 comments
20-07-2009
Serving Two Masters Summary
Relational database vendors made a conscious decision that is bearing bitter fruit today – the decision to turn their DBMS products into a one-size fits all technology.

Topics: Data Warehousing
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by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
16-07-2009
Seeing What to Do: Toward Visual-Centric Analytics Summary
Richard Hackathorn explains the benefits of future analytics that have a synergistic balance between computation and visualization.

Topics: Analytics, Visualization
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by Richard Hackathorn | 0 comments
08-07-2009
Book Review of The Data Model Resource Book Summary
Steve Hoberman reviews Volume 3 of The Data Model Resource Book series.

Topics: Information Management, Data Modeling and Design

by Steve Hoberman | 0 comments
02-07-2009
Introducing Principles-Based Data Governance Summary
A principles-based data governance approach will seek to replace poor existing principles with better ones and empower stakeholders to implement them without prescribing how it should be done. Malcolm Chisholm explains how this will avoid creating bureaucratic overhead and give the enterprise a reasonable way to implement effective data governance.

Topics: Information Management, Data Quality, Data Governance, Information Quality (IQ)

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
01-07-2009
Data Modelling is Not Just for DBMSs, Part 1 Summary
To begin this 2-part series, Chris Bradley takes a look at why data modelling still needs to be sold and why big benefits fail to be delivered. What has happened, and what needs to change?

Topics: Information Management, Data Modeling and Design

by Chris Bradley | 0 comments
01-07-2009

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