- February 05, 2009
The position of this article is a skeptical one that data warehousing, e-discovery (email) and enterprise content (document) management will not converge.
- January 26, 2009
Forrester Research's Rob Karel reveals his tips for starting a master data management (MDM) initiative, including how and when to start evaluating vendors.
- January 22, 2009
One of the great secrets of a successful methodology is that it focuses on what to do, not how to do it.
- January 21, 2009
Some analysts call Teradata's 2550 data warehouse appliance "entry-level." Don't tell that to IHG, which is in the process of replacing its Oracle data warehouse with the Teradata appliance.
- January 19, 2009
Deborah Henderson, DAMA Foundation vice president, talks about the soon-to-be-released Data Management Body of Knowledge Guide and how it can help guide your data management career.
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- January 15, 2009
Recently released lower-priced, entry-level products have made data warehousing safe even for beginners, according to Gartner Inc.
- January 15, 2009
Bill Inmon looks at the differences and similarities of data warehouses in different parts of the world.
- January 13, 2009
While most organizations recognize the need for improved customer data quality, less than a third have deployed data quality tools enterprise-wide.
- January 08, 2009
Lou Agosta looks at how to leverage data warehousing in instances of corporate mergers.
- January 08, 2009
One of the bad pennies that just keeps coming back is the big-bang approach to data warehouse development.
- January 06, 2009
BJ's Wholesale Club is embarking on a five-year overhaul of its enterprise software, laying the groundwork for new BI, MDM and ERP systems. That demands careful planning.
- January 05, 2009
Will 2009 be the "Year of Master Data Management"? Industry experts weigh in with their 2009 MDM market forecasts.
- December 18, 2008
Foxwoods decided on a Netezza data warehouse appliance to better analyze marketing campaigns, but first it had to load the data, which proved no easy task.
- December 11, 2008
Bill Inmon looks at the differences between active data warehousing and real time data warehousing.
- December 10, 2008
Jill Dyche provides a cautionary tale for those of you on the brink of enlisting the business in a data governance effort or for those on the business side considering launching an effort of your own.