Enterprise data architecture best practices
- September 25, 2008
Bill Inmon discusses the short life span of data marts and provides some reasons for this phenomenon.
- July 17, 2008
Read this philosophical discussion about the proliferation of data marts.
- December 13, 2007
Why are data warehouses often given a bad rap in certain circles?
- December 11, 2007
Putting together a comprehensive data migration plan now can help firms avoid serious downtime later, according to experts.
- July 19, 2007
As powerful as the notion of a data warehouse is, in many organizations, a single data warehouse is not entirely sufficient or appropriate for all organizations.
- February 08, 2007
This article covers the stages of data warehousing from the data mart through the enterprise data warehouse.
- December 19, 2006
This article is a continuation in the series on enterprise architecture.
- December 19, 2006
Data management skills are in demand, but inconsistent job titles and descriptions can make finding data management jobs tough. Learn what employers seek and how DAMA may help.
- November 30, 2006
A Gartner analyst warned that many business continuity and disaster recovery plans will not protect a company during a pandemic.
- May 16, 2006
The Data Management Association (DAMA) symposium in Denver a few weeks ago featured a new set of sessions on the Zachman Framework, an "enterprise architecture framework" developed by John Zachman that helps companies develop "descriptive ...
- May 09, 2006
Semantics, universal data models, and compliance are transforming data management, according to data professionals at a recent Data Management Association (DAMA) event.
- November 17, 2005
John Zachman, who created the "Zachman Framework," has been very influential for today's computer professionals.
- November 02, 2005
Energy costs and demands for power are skyrocketing in the data center. But there are new technologies and design strategies that could help you cut down the price of your juice.
- October 13, 2005
Companies should use near-line and archival storage.
- August 18, 2005
There is a case to be made for management to process and react to data slowly, not quickly.