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Normalizing Reference Data Summary
Many databases are created in third, or a higher, normal form only to be populated with reference data that is chaotic and self-evidently nonstandard. This can have a profound negative impact that offsets the main advantage of a normalized database design

Topics: Information Management, Metadata

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
Using Enterprise 2.0 for Business Intelligence, Part 5 Summary
In this fifth article in a continuing series, Colin White looks at using web syndication techniques in a business intelligence environment.

Topics: Data Integration

by Colin White | 0 comments
Targeting Healthcare Business Intelligence Applications Summary
Next time you are leading or participating in a stalled project, or find that your user community is stalled in some way, think of targeting the project or application differently – either faster, slower, higher or lower.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
Building the Inexpensive Data Warehouse Summary
There are alternatives that have the potential for greatly lowering the price of building and operating a data warehouse.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Appliances

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Common Decision Support System Architectural Patterns Summary
It is likely that historical decision support system architectural patterns will persist with service-oriented and message-based implementations of decision support systems.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Architecture, Decision Support Systems

by Dan Power | 0 comments
The Creeping System of Record Summary
Inmon takes a closer look at the system of record, a concept borrowed from the banking industry.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Business Intelligence Problems and the Abstraction-Translation Paradigm Summary
Enterprise information architecture is complex and consists of many different perspectives, each of which is valid in its own right. Unfortunately, no single perspective corresponds to the complete reality of architecture.

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

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
Analytic Culture Does It Matter? Summary
We can't create business intelligence culture. But we can, and we should, shape the culture that exists.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence

by Dave Wells | 0 comments
Keeping Up With Data Management, Data Governance, Data Stewardship and Information Management Summary
Governance related to managing information assets, in either an operational or strategic context, is difficult to do and a relatively immature process.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Knowledge Management, Data Governance, Management, Data Stewardship

by Maureen Clarry | 0 comments
Technicians Repeating the Pattern Summary
Is the IT community missing out on the advantages of unstructured technology?

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Using Enterprise 2.0 for Business Intelligence, Part 4 Summary
In this fourth article in a continuing series, Colin White looks at how unstructured business content can be integrated into a business intelligence environment.

Topics: Data Integration, Content Management, Unstructured Data

by Colin White | 0 comments
Bad Data Summary
What appears to be bad data may not be bad data at all.

Topics: Data Integration, Information Management, Data Quality, ETL

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
A Brief History of ETL Summary
Do you remember the spread of data warehousing through the public and then private sectors? The IPO of Prism Solutions? This article takes a look at the history of ETL and provides a glimpse into ETL's future.

Topics: Data Integration, ETL

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Intelligent Integration Depends on Business Intelligence, Part 2 Summary
Building on Part 1 of this series, this article covers the skills, techniques and knowledge that business intelligence professionals can bring to the current and ongoing SOA craze.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Data Modeling and Design, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

by Barry Devlin | 0 comments
Dark Data Summary
Data hidden within the enterprise will inevitably be challenged, and it will be up to enterprise information management to tame it.

Topics: Data Integration, Information Management, Enterprise Information Integration (EII)

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments

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