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Data Correction Summary
David Loshin suggests instituting some straightforward controls over data correction to prevent arbitrary modifications to customer data.

by David Loshin | 0 comments
Passive Indexes Summary
The standard practices of information management that sufficed in an earlier day and age often do not apply to archival data.

Topics: Information Management, Storage

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Information Agility Summary
In order to create an agile foundation, of data, data must be stored at the most granular level.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
A Systems View of Business Analytics, Part 1 Summary
In this first part of a three-part series, Dave Wells explains how systems thinking provides the cause-and-effect connection that is key to real analytic value derived through insight, understanding, reasoning, forecasting, innovation and learning.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence, Operational Business Intelligence

by Dave Wells | 0 comments
Centralized Data, Decentralized Decisions The Eternal Conflict Summary
Perhaps every permutation between centralization of data and decentralization of decision making has been tried, and there is, as of yet, no standard industry best practice.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Surviving Economic Downturns with Performance Management and Business Intelligence Solutions Summary
This article provides several recommendations for using business intelligence and performance management solutions to positively impact operational efficiencies, cost-cutting efforts and individual employee performance.

Topics: Performance Management, Business Intelligence

by Markus Sprenger | 0 comments
Divide and Conquer Summary
Read this philosophical discussion about the proliferation of data marts.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Data Marts

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Structural Design Patterns – Data Modeling Summary
There are problems and design flaws encountered in E-R modeling such as anti-patterns "fan trap" and chasm trap.” This article provides a set of design patterns that are reusable solutions to commonly occurring problems.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Data Marts

by Vinay Prasad, Jamuna Ravi | 0 comments
How Much Historical Data is Enough? Summary
There are many factors that impact the amount of historical data a corporation requires.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Information Management

by Bill Inmon | 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
Master Data Management Readiness Summary
The selection and purchase of a core master data management system should be the culmination of a series of preparatory steps that are described in this article.

Topics: Data Integration

by David Loshin | 0 comments
Redundancy (Again!) Summary
As everyday examples prove, redundancy of data, even in databases, is okay.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Information Management

by Bill Inmon | 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
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

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