Tag Archives: business intelligence
Open Source Software

Using Open Source Software for Data Management, by Julie Hunt

Another insightful article by Hub Designs Magazine’s editor, Julie Hunt

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Data Scientists

Being a Data Scientist by Carla Gentry

A timely article from Carla Gentry on what it’s like to be a data scientist

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Business-Decision

Importance of Data Management for Business People, by Lyndsay Wise

We’re repeating this great article by Lyndsay Wise on the growing importance of data management initiatives to business professionals

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Business-Decision

The Importance of Data Management for Business People, by Lyndsay Wise

A new writer, Lyndsay Wise, makes her debut here with a great article about data management

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Context and Explicit Values

The Importance of Context and Explicit Values (Part 3), by Rob DuMoulin

The final segment of Rob DuMoulin’s series on the dangers of implicit knowledge and the importance of context.

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Null Values

The Importance of Context and Explicit Values (Part 2), by Rob DuMoulin

In the next segment of Rob DuMoulin’s three part series, he continues to discuss the dangers of implicit knowledge and the importance of context.

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Cat In Green Pajamas

The Importance of Context and Explicit Values (Part 1), by Rob DuMoulin

First in a series by Rob DuMoulin, an independent consultant and member of the Hub Designs MDM Think Tank

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Mountains of Data

Information, Intelligence and Process (Part 4) by Julie Hunt

Here’s the final article in this great series by Julie Hunt, an accomplished software industry analyst. 

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Intelligence

Information, Intelligence and Process (Part 3) by Julie Hunt

Here’s the next article in the series by Julie Hunt, an accomplished software industry analyst. 

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Calendar and MDM

The Hub Designs Blog welcomes a guest post by Rob DuMoulin, an information architect with more than 26 years of IT experience, specializing in master data management, database administration and design, and business intelligence. Most business intelligence architects are well versed in the value of the time dimension. With query performance and the need to […]

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“Just Call Oracle”

Oracle showed a funny video today in Thomas Kurian’s keynote address on Day 2 of Oracle OpenWorld. Using a fictional company with lots of systems and applications issues, Thomas walked everyone through how Oracle would solve a lot of those problems. There were some great customer cameos from companies like Ingersoll-Rand and Office Depot. It […]

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MDM and Operational Business Intelligence

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! Editor’s Note: Another in the series of “MDM and …” guest posts by Joan Lawson, an enterprise architect who I’ve known since 2003. For more details on Joan, please see her LinkedIn profile — Dan Power There’s been a resurgence lately of writing about Operational Business […]

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Keynote at Oracle BI SIG Conference

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! The Oracle Business Intelligence Special Interest Group, which is part of the Oracle Applications User Group, is hosting Desktop Conference 2008, its annual online conference, in mid-November.   Here’s a brief description:  “Join the Oracle Business Intelligence community in the only global, online business intelligence conference that addresses […]

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Getting to the Single View

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! If not Master Data Management, what?  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) – the “back office” – has been around forever, and the “customer master” function in most ERPs is adequate, but due to acquisitions, many companies have more than one ERP system, and some companies let major business units […]

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Next Week’s DIG Conference

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! I’m really looking forward to speaking at next week’s Decisions, Information and Governance conference in Las Vegas, sponsored by The Palladium Group. And I spoke earlier this week at the New England Oracle SOA Users Group, talking about Master Data Management as a foundation for Service-Oriented […]

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