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March 19, 2012 By Nadine Hamilton Last week we were fortunate to have Warren Thornthwaite and Margy Ross from the Kimball Group deliver an excellent Data Warehouse Lifecycle In Depth training course in Canberra. Seizing the opportunity to gain insight … Continue reading
SAP is hoping to gain ground in the increasingly heated market for BI (business intelligence) software, announcing a suite on Wednesday that focuses on areas like mobility and real-time data analysis. Business Objects 4.0, which encompasses both BI and EIM … Continue reading
Gartner Identifies Nine Key Data Warehousing Trends for the CIO in 2011 and 2012 Key Data Warehousing Issues to be Discussed at Gartner Business Intelligence Summits, February 22-23 in Sydney, and May 2-4, Los Angeles STAMFORD, Conn., February 9, 2011— CIOs … Continue reading
At its Madrid hub, Iberia is to deploy the IBPad, a revolutionary and pioneering system to supply its staff with all the information they need in real time and at any point in the Madrid-Barajas airport to inform and assist … Continue reading
They should. It’s fast, resilient, and often cheaper than conventional databases. Plus, it’s the backbone of many Web 2.0 sites By Charles Babcock, InformationWeek NoSQL systems are still in an early phase, but already they’ve played a key role in … Continue reading
by Hiren Deliwala Project culture has permeated IT organizations over the last several years. Most organizations focus IT teams on the next project as soon as the current project finishes. Business intelligence teams, like other IT teams, focus heavily on … Continue reading