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Adapting Maslow’s Hierarchy to manage multiyear data projects and a tool to monitor, predict and prevent program failure Maria Villar, Theresa Kushner, Information Management Magazine, Nov/Dec 2010 Many companies start an enterprise data management program during one fiscal year only … Continue reading
By Loraine Lawson Experts repeatedly tell me that one of the biggest barriers to removing data silos isn’t the technology – it’s the politics. While people like information to be shared with them, they seldom like to share what they … Continue reading
By Doyle McManus The former head of the federal Information Sharing Environment says agencies must be forced to adopt common systems for tagging information, flagging what’s important and making sense of it quickly. Most of the new federal agencies created … Continue reading
Gas hub overhauls its information capabilities CapGemini has helped gas industry hub xoserve transform its information capabilities to its gas supplier and domesitc customers. xoserve is the information link between gas suppliers and transporters, enabling them to bill one another … Continue reading
Silver Creek Systems is Oracle’s first purchase of the new year. The company’s DataLens software should help Oracle compete in the area of data quality and data integration against the likes of IBM, Informatica and Pitney Bowes Acquisition-happy Oracle has … Continue reading
By Doug Henschen, Intelligent Enterprise Intelligent Enterprise’s ten most-popular articles of the year delivered helpful advice, forward-looking insight and deep analysis. Plus, the list of popular ‘evergreen’ gems offering timeless insight. Shelf life. That’s what separates many Intelligent Enterprise articles from transient … Continue reading
by Matthew Weinberger Conventional wisdom says business intelligence software is designed for large enterprises. But recent moves from a range of software companies — including SAS Institute and Zoho, respectively — suggest BI is going broader and attracting SMB (small … Continue reading
By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER Published: December 6, 2009, The New York Times A big pile of city crime reports is not all that useful. But what if you could combine that data with information on bars, sidewalks and subway stations … Continue reading
Gartner Predicts that Open-Source Business Intelligence Tools Production Deployments Will Grow Five-Fold through 2012
Future of BI to Be Discussed at Gartner Business Intelligence Summits, in London, Sydney, and Las Vegas Once the preserve of cash-strapped organizations, open-source business intelligence (BI) tools are becoming a mainstream deployment option for all kinds of BI usage, … Continue reading
By Amirth Ramakrishnan In these tough economic times, companies are looking to leverage their existing assets to cut costs and grow their businesses. These assets include physical, human and informational assets. Physical assets include plants, machinery and buildings. Human assets … Continue reading