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News Highlights

Don't Miss TDWI's World Conference in San Diego

Last year’s TDWI World Conference in San Diego helped hundreds of BI professionals begin to develop the agile environment. This year, we’re focusing on the evolution of agile. We’ll showcase the latest thinking on agile project management, methodologies, and modeling, along with a look at the lingering controversy: Does agile really work for BI and data warehousing?

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TDWI Seminar Series in Boston: June 13-16, 2011

Dimensional data is a core component of modern BI/DW implementations. Dimensionally organized data offers a more effective and adaptable solution to business analytics needs than can be achieved with relational data structures. The TDWI Boston Seminar will teach the core fundamental principles as well as provide an extended set of techniques to address real-world complexity.

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Seven steps to ensure information confidentiality, quality, and integrity

Seven Steps to Effective Data Governance

How to ensure effective data governance

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