Actionable Intelligence in 2013: Action will Define You


If I told you in September that the Baltimore Ravens would win the Super Bowl in February and you did nothing with that information ( i.e. place a bet, announce your prognostication skill, etc. ), was my prediction worth anything? Much like “if a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to [...]



Knowledge Delivery in 2013: Imagination is More Important than Knowledge


Albert Einstein once said: “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” And I think that the wonderful world of Knowledge Delivery (aka Data Visualization, Reporting, etc.) needs to think [...]



By | February 11th, 2013|Business Intelligence, Data Visualization, Data Warehouse|0 Comments

Corporate Data Return on Investment


Informatica Goal: Maximize Return on Data The theme of last week’s Informatica Analyst Conference was utilizing the “secular megatrends” of information technology to energize data integration across organizations at an enterprise scale.  These megatrends, described as trends we can all agree upon, are the following: Cloud Computing Social Media Mobile Big Data Informatica’s message is [...]



Begin with End in Mind for Big-Data Analytics


Many times when discussing the topic of big-data, the focus is on the volume of the data, the structure of the data or the near real-time analysis requirements of the data.  We toss around buzzwords like Hadoop, structured vs unstructured, etc.... However, often times what is missed are the analysis goals of the big-data environment. [...]



By | October 14th, 2011|Big Data, Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse|0 Comments

Bom Dia! Views from 5430ft


It is fantastic to part of the Enterprise Management Associates team and with that comes the opportunity to share insights and opinions via blog on the topics of: Business intelligence Data Warehousing Big Data Analytics Data integration In this world of "Crossfire" intellectual engagement (ie i yell louder therefore i win the argument),  I will offer my opinion(s) [...]



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