- April 23, 2009
Find data management system implementations best practices in this podcast, including how to design an implementation plan and get advice from a project management expert on how to be successful with an implementation.
- April 13, 2009
Open source data integration tools and software could be the best choice for companies looking to keep costs low in standard extract, transform and load (ETL) scenarios.
- April 03, 2009
Data integration and data quality technologies that support electronic medical records systems could play an integral role in modernizing healthcare IT in the U.S.
- March 30, 2009
Data federation software, which integrates data straight from the source, can help fill the gaps left by fragmented departmental data warehouses.
- March 26, 2009
Inmon shares the best way to understand the value provided by a data warehouse.
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- March 12, 2009
Should the people who speak negatively about information architecture and the evolving nature of information systems be taken seriously?
- March 12, 2009
Companies could save upwards of $100,000 each if they learn to be savvier negotiators when it comes to data integration licenses, according to Gartner Inc.
- March 04, 2009
Master data tables seem to be particularly sensitive to the limits of normalization, and Malcolm Chisholm believes that a reflexive attachment to normalization can be counterproductive.
- February 25, 2009
Jeff Pettit explains how to reap the benefits of highly productive data for years to come.
- February 18, 2009
Web-based content is a powerful source of information for business intelligence analytical processing, but organizations need to carefully select the types of content and technologies used, and need to have a pragmatic approach to governing this ...
- February 17, 2009
The hard reality is that always problematic and often costly data anomalies do exist. Will Dwinnell explains why it is helpful to have a tool to automatically ferret out a substantial fraction of those anomalies.
- February 12, 2009
Associated Wholesalers Inc. turned to data integration adapters from Information Builders to migrate data from its mainframe to a new Linux platform.
- February 12, 2009
Bill Inmon tells why no developer should build a first data warehouse on a fixed-price basis.
- February 10, 2009
Data modeling is an important part of enterprise data management. It can be a difficult concept for business users to understand, but its value needs to be explained if management is going to support (and fund) it.
- February 05, 2009
After an acquisition saddled MSC Direct with a serious duplicate customer data problem, the direct marketer decided it was time to tap the commercial data quality software market.