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How Did Bad Data Get Into the System? Summary
Bill Inmon describes common "bad data" problems and suggests that the solution for these problems is not simply correcting the data. To avoid recurring problems, the causes of bad data must be discovered.

Topics: Information Quality (IQ), Data Warehousing, Data Integration

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Advanced Analytics and Business Intelligence: Term Abuse? Summary
To avoid confusion and explain how a technology can provide business benefit, is important to have a level of common understanding about the meaning of the terms used.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence, Data Mining and Statistical Analysis, Predictive Analytics, Decision Support Systems

by Claudia Imhoff, Colin White | 0 comments
Getting It Right Summary
Bill Inmon shares observations about those who are successful with technology and those who are not.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Managing Data Quality in the Face of Organizational Change Summary
The policies, processes, and procedures of an ongoing data quality program must be able to persist even in the face of change. This article provides examples of organizational change that have ramifications in association with an organizationís data quality program.

Topics: Information Quality (IQ), Data Quality

by David Loshin | 0 comments
Three Types of Data Models Summary
Bill Inmon discusses operational data models, data warehouse (or analytical) data models and global data models.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Data Modeling and Design

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Definitions in Information Management Summary
Although there is a superficial appreciation of the importance of definitions, too few practical approaches have yet been created to use them effectively in data management.

Topics: Information Management, Data Modeling and Design, Data Governance

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
The Advantages of Data Warehouse Appliances Revisited Summary
Rick van der Lans suggests that the extra advantage of a data warehouse appliance is that the business intelligence architecture can be simplified. He explains that a data warehouse appliance can also reduce complexity, improve flexibility and reduce costs.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Appliances

by Rick van der Lans | 0 comments
Master Data Management Drivers and the Reliance on Data Governance Summary
In the rush to realize the benefits of a master data management (MDM) solution, the deployment of MDM often precedes two important aspects of any significant undertaking. David Loshin cautions against this approach and provides a list of critical MDM and data governance concepts that should be considered prior to purchasing any tools.

Topics: Information Quality (IQ), Data Quality, Master Data Management (MDM)
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by David Loshin | 0 comments
Information Architects and Technicians Summary
There are many differences between technicians and architects, but Bill Inmon notes that there is ample room in the data warehousing world for both professions.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Architecture

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Business Intelligence Really Can Be Fast and Effective
by Claudia Imhoff | 0 comments
Extending the Scope and Reach of Business Intelligence, Part 3 Summary
Is data federation in your future? This article describes the most popular usages of data federation as well as situations where it may not be a good option.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Enterprise Information Integration (EII), ETL, Data Virtualization, Data Federation

by Claudia Imhoff, Colin White | 0 comments
Corporate Contracts Application Summary
Bill Inmon discusses the benefits of having the data from corporate contracts in a standard relational database.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
The Eternal Data Warehouse Summary
Bill Inmon provides his perspective on how much data should be kept in a data warehouse.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Data Governance from the Ground Up: A Case Study Summary
This article describes the data governance efforts of a Midwestern furniture manufacturer. This manufacturer turned to data governance because they could not afford to tolerate the waste and frustration of data quality issues that were eroding their ability to anticipate changes in the marketplace and perform competitively in a permanently changed economy.

Topics: Data Governance

by Carol Newcomb | 0 comments
Including Unstructured Text in the Data Warehouse Summary
Bill Inmon examines the value of unstructured text for businesses today.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Unstructured Data
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by Bill Inmon | 0 comments

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