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XML and Web Services Go Native in SQL Server 2005

XML and Web services make SQL Server a more interoperable player for BI; both are seen as mixed blessings by IT pros, too.

Q&A: Agile Data Engineering Using Advanced Data Modeling Concepts

How data architects can solve age-old dilemmas with new techniques.

Cognos: Setting the Stage for Series 8

Cognos’ upcoming Series 8 release will be an important, perhaps pivotal, deliverable

A Business Intelligence Stunner: Informatica Makes Its Move

With the acquisition last week of data quality specialist Similarity Systems, Informatica bucked the expectations of several industry watchers.

Business Objects Pushes Real time Decision making

Business Objects bills XI Built for Operational BI as a version of its BI suite that’s optimized for operational decision-making

Finding Use Cases for Big Data

Collecting lots of data is inexpensive. Finding the right place to use that data is crucial for getting the greatest benefit.

Users Declare: Thumbs Up (Mostly) For Microsoft’s Business Intelligence Stack

Microsoft’s push into business intelligence (BI) client tools is primed for success, say users, largely because SQL Server 2005 gets just about everything right.

Case Study: STCU Improves Customer Communication and Reporting with Data Integration Solution

A credit union finds that bringing together information from disparate systems into a single environment helped it create better reports and enhance customer service.

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