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Techniques for Integrating Business Intelligence into the Enterprise, Part 1 Summary
This series of articles looks at several ways to integrate business intelligence into business processes to fit with the role and job function of different users inside and outside the enterprise.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Business Process Management (BPM), Information Management, Web Services

by Mike Ferguson | 0 comments
18-07-2006
Common Metadata Summary
Without common metadata, integrating business intelligence into operations could cause untold damage to business operations.

Topics: Performance Management, Business Intelligence, Metadata, Operational Business Intelligence

by Mike Ferguson | 0 comments
18-07-2006
A Road Map to Intelligent Business: Integrating Business Intelligence into the Enterprise Summary
What must be done to successfully integrate business intelligence into enterprise business processes?

Topics: Data Integration, Business Intelligence, Business Process Management (BPM), Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Enterprise Information Integration (EII)

by Mike Ferguson | 0 comments
18-07-2006
Enterprise Compliance Summary
Perhaps the Sarbanes Oxley initiative in the United States has tipped the issue of compliance over the edge. After all, there is nothing like the prospect of going to jail, if you are wrong, to focus the mind.

Topics: Data Governance, Performance Management, Compliance, Metadata

by Mike Ferguson | 0 comments
18-07-2006
Integrating CPM and Business Intelligence, Part 1 Summary
Don't be fooled into thinking that "classic BI" is sufficient. What is needed is the delivery of personalised BI into the hands of people who can leverage it for maximum business benefit.

Topics: Data Integration, Business Intelligence, Performance Management

by Mike Ferguson | 0 comments
18-07-2006
Integrating CPM and Business Intelligence, Part 2 Summary
This final installment of this two-part series looks at how to integrate CPM and BI, and why metadata interchange on metrics is key to making it happen.

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

by Mike Ferguson | 0 comments
18-07-2006
The Personal E-Mail Quiz Summary
Do you use e-mail for interpersonal communication, or is it just noise?

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
13-07-2006
Keeping Worthless Data Summary
What are the reasons for archiving data that is likely to never be needed again?

Topics: Data Warehousing, Information Management, Storage

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
29-06-2006
Bridging the Gap Summary
This article presents two approaches for uncovering the valuable information and opportunity often buried in the unstructured data of a corporation.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Unstructured Data

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
15-06-2006
The Bus as a Substitute for Integration, Part I Summary
Bus technology is no substitute for data integration.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
25-05-2006
Service-Oriented Architectures and DW2.0, Part II Summary
DW2.0 is the perfect background architecture to make service-oriented architectures successful.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
18-05-2006
Service-Oriented Architectures and DW2.0, Part I Summary
The dot-com systems of today have to work in cooperation with existing corporate systems. DW2.0 provides the definition of the modern corporate information architecture that service-oriented architectures require.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
11-05-2006
Service-Oriented Architecture Summary
Data warehousing requires an architecture that accounts for all information needs, not just the mere access of data.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
04-05-2006
What is Architecture? Summary
DW 2.0, the architecture for the next generation of data warehousing, is designed to meet the information needs of the entire corporation.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
27-04-2006
From Local Metadata to Enterprise Metadata in DW 2.0 Summary
Several modifications need to be made as local metadata is passed to enterprise metadata.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Metadata

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
20-04-2006

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