A great article series on Dysfunctional Business Intelligence Teams by authors Maureen Clarry, James Wood, Lorna Rickard, David Green, Ginger Ward-Green, and Patrick Lencioni (Whom created the original “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team”).
This has been a current research area for [...]
Here is a great webinar from the great people at TDWI about selecting the right ETL Tools.
Unfortunately it can’t be embedded into the page but it is very worth watching.
Check it out here: Evaluation Criteria for Selecting ETL Tools
Business Intelligence Dashboards
A business intelligence dashboard is a data visualization tool that displays the current status of metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) for an enterprise. Dashboards consolidate and arrange numbers, metrics and sometimes performance scorecards on a single screen.
They may be tailored for a specific role [...]
If you really want to get .NET down and really start to do some damage on a computer then you will need to understand (read: use knowingly) all that .NET offers. The biggest slice of that pie is this long list of namespaces. Know it, be it, do it.
If you want [...]
This is the first of 4 tasks under Lesson 1: Defining a Data Source View within an Analysis Services Project on Microsoft TechNet. We have tried to make their lessons even better by adding screen shots for you, hope you enjoy!
In the [...]
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Data is Everywhere
You are surrounded by it… yet so many people that work with data on a daily basis really don’t know or understand the principles of how data is processed, stored, and utilized in a given system. Data architecture provides criteria for data processing operations that make it possible to [...]
This is the second of 4 tasks under Lesson 1: Defining a Data Source View within an Analysis Services Project on Microsoft TechNet. We have tried to make their lessons even better by adding screen shots for you.
After you create an Analysis Services project, you generally start working [...]
Many data enthusiasts do a lot of work in SSIS and in working with packages. Here is a great video on using the Data Profiling Task. This is a great tool to use if you are not familiar with the database and want to get your hands around the db and see what information it [...]
Google announced back in on June 9th, 2009 the beta release of Google Fusion Tables and recently has started to get a good amount of attention in the data community. On the release announcement both Alon Halevy and Rebecca Shapley said:
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