Issue OverviewBI Trends + Strategies - Issue 8, August 2012
Organizations are carving out small slices of their DWs and databases where scientists and analysts can manipulate and analyze data sets. The intent of the data sandbox is to separate experimentation from the production database environment. Read this edition of BI Trends and Strategies to learn about the many benefits of using data sandboxes. Access >>>
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Data sandboxes help analysts dig deep into corporate info
by Nicole Laskowski, News Editor
Giving analytics professionals control of small amounts of space in data warehouses lets them experiment with data sets in a managed environment.
Fight the fears threatening the rise of data visualization
by Lee Feinberg
It’s time to change the way your company thinks about disseminating BI data to a broader set of business users, particularly in visual formats. But be prepared for resistance.
- Data sandboxes help analysts dig deep into corporate info by Nicole Laskowski, News Editor
Misconceptions holding back use of data integration tools
by Rick Sherman, Contributor
Integration software has matured in recent years, but consultant Rick Sherman writes that many IT managers aren't aware of the increased capabilities.
- Misconceptions holding back use of data integration tools by Rick Sherman, Contributor
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