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The Top Five Challenges with SQL Server Reporting and BI
Users of SQL Server value its power, speed, and affordability. But research shows that these users often face significant challenges in producing the business

bi sql server 2005  SQL Server Reporting and BI SQL Server is the world's most widely used database for small and medium businesses for good reason: users of SQL Server value its power, speed and affordability. However, research shows that these users also often face significant challenges in producing the business intelligence (BI) - reports, analysis and dashboards - that they need to gain crucial insight into their businesses. The challenge arises when these SQL Server users want to move beyond a limited set of canned Read More

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Garbage In, Garbage Out: Getting Good Data Out of Your BI Systems
A big topic in business intelligence (BI) is the importance of “data quality”–cleaning data so that errors and inconsistencies are eliminated as much as

bi sql server 2005  Data Out of Your BI Systems A big topic in business intelligence (BI) is the importance of “data quality”–cleaning data so that errors and inconsistencies are eliminated as much as possible. But what many users don’t realize is that this is just a part of a larger problem: How do you get the most out of business-relevant data floating around, inside and outside the organization? Discover the importance of clean data, and learn how to achieve it. Read More
How to Evaluate Web-based BI Solutions
Web-based business intelligence (BI) is no longer an anomaly: organizations are ready for BI solutions that go beyond Web portals. However, when selecting Web

bi sql server 2005  and money. Microsoft Microsoft's BI offerings include Business Scorecard Manager (BSM) , the SQL Server 2005 data warehouse, analysis services, and reporting services. Organizations may purchase each product separately, as needed, or together to create a full BI offering. Additionally, Excel 2007 users can move beyond general spreadsheet functionality because of the application's integrated BI capabilities. With the acquisition of ProClarity in 2006 and the release of BSM, Microsoft has created a natural Read More
Microsoft Takes A Shot at the Business Intelligence Market
Microsoft Business Scorecard Manager 2005 has allowed Microsoft to enter the business intelligence (BI) market by using its client base to expand its offering

bi sql server 2005  leveraged as well, aligning BI with other business initiatives. SQL Server 2005 RDBMS uses its SQL Server BI Development Studio as an integrated development environment (IDE) for the development of its BI applications. The BI Development Studio is a centralized tool to leverage multiple technologies such as OLAP, relational databases, reporting, Web pages, and Microsoft coding languages. It includes the following components: SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) provides ETL capabilities. In addition, Read More
Has the Mid-market Found Vanguard BI Solutions?
Enterprise performance management (EPM) and business intelligence (BI) supplier, Vanguard Solutions Group's business strategy focuses on selling with and

bi sql server 2005  (see MAPICS XA Expands BI Offering Through Partnership With Vanguard ). GPS includes a large number of pre-packaged analytics of MAPICS XA data, featuring summary analysis and drill-down to both lower levels of summarization and the MAPICS XA transactional source data. In addition, GPS includes a development capability that allows the creation of customer views, integration to non-MAPICS systems, and the inclusion of custom MAPICS extensions. Some of the modules typically offered are Customer/Product Read More
Optimized IO Solutions to Maximize Blade Server ROI
So, you’ve made the switch from a traditional rack server to a blade server. Now, you want to maximize your blade server return on investment (ROI) and reduce

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BI Software Implementation Success: The Human Factor
We are easily convinced that having the right business intelligence (BI) application will help us achieve total control over our business and increase the

bi sql server 2005  how good or complete BI applications can be and how they can solve much of our data management problems, almost at the speed of a click. We are easily convinced that a BI application will help us achieve total control over our business and increase the return on investment (ROI) of our data assets by producing more and better information—leading to better decisions and boosting business performance. While it is an undeniable truth that BI solutions have this potential, the success of a BI software Read More
IBM’s Newest NUMA-Q Server to Handle 64 Intel CPUs
IBM announced its latest NUMA-Q server, the E410. Its ability to house up to 64 Intel CPUs represents a doubling of the “largest” current system, the ES7000

bi sql server 2005  E410 High Performance and Scalability : NUMA-Q systems scale from 4 to 64 processors and 64 GB memory in a single system, far exceeding any other Intel-based system on the market. NUMA-Q near linear scalability is enabled by its unique four-processor quad building block architecture, which allows customers to add balanced I/O and memory as they add processors. High Availability : NUMA-Q's mainframe style multi-path I/O and switched fabric fiber channel SAN (Storage Area Network) capabilities provide Read More
Linux at 25% of Server OS Market - Is Redmond Hearing Footsteps?
Linux has now grabbed 25% of the server operating system market share, passing Novell and knocking on Windows's door.

bi sql server 2005  Meanwhile, all of the combined versions of Unix garnered 15% of the market. But IDC analyst Dan Kusnetzky warned against reading too much in these numbers. All server operating systems, especially NT, are continuing to experience very strong growth, but the unusual Linux growth numbers are obscuring that fact. Another trend is that Unix users, in particular, are buying fewer but more powerful servers, said Kusnetzky, thus generating healthy revenue in that space. We are trying to measure Linux with the Read More
HP’s LT 6000r Six-CPU Server
HP has re-entered the enterprise computing race with the release of its LT 6000r, a six-CPU server with improved performance and excellent transactional price

bi sql server 2005  This product is a big step for HP, whose servers - with the exception of the NetServer LPr - had generally been not much different from the rest of the Big Four Intel server manufacturers (Compaq, Dell, HP, IBM). Although the IBM Netfinity 4000R and the Compaq ProLiant DL360 can provide more total CPUs in a 42U rack - 84 CPUs - those products are aimed more at ISPs and ASPs, and less toward enterprise computing. As with the server market in general, this market will continue to grow, although a little Read More
AMD Server Plans De-Railed
HotRail has discontinued development of the chipset AMD planned to use to break into the multiprocessor server market.

bi sql server 2005  when it introduces its 64-bit, next-generation processor, code-named SledgeHammer. We wish (HotRail) well, but we are disappointed, Longmire said. Market Impact This really messes up AMD's plans for world domination of the PC and server world. In an earlier piece, we estimated that it would take AMD a year to be a credible server supplier. Even though AMD plans to release a dual-CPU chipset, this market segment is a relatively-low-margin segment - not as low-margin as traditional desktop PCs, but Read More
SAP BusinessObjects Edge Business Intelligence: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report
This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and

bi sql server 2005  a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and manipulation of mission-critical corporate information. BI users are able to access and leverage vast amounts of information to analyze relationships and understand trends that support business decisions. This knowledge base covers everything from data mining to analytics, querying, reporting, workflow, and in-depth analysis. Read More
Halo BI Product Suite
Halo BI helps everyone in your organization answer their most important business questions quickly, easily and cost effectively.It combines traditional

bi sql server 2005  BI Product Suite Halo BI helps everyone in your organization answer their most important business questions quickly, easily and cost effectively.It combines traditional business intelligence with big data analytics and super-charges it with next generation visualisation, collaboration and decision support tools that your whole business ecosystem can use. Read More
Mobile BI: Features, Challenges, and Opportunities
What does your organization need to consider when adopting a mobile business intelligence (BI) or business analytics strategy? What are the enablers, challenges

bi sql server 2005  opportunities of a mobile BI strategy implementation? In this report, we explore considerations for deploying a mobile BI solution, how to leverage this type of platform to best advantage, and why a mobile BI/analytics solution can be a valuable asset for your company. Read More
Green Server Design: Beyond Operational Energy to Sustainability
“Green” server and datacenter design requires a focus on environmental sustainability. Prior studies have focused on operational energy consumption as a proxy

bi sql server 2005  Beyond Operational Energy to Sustainability “Green” server and datacenter design requires a focus on environmental sustainability. Prior studies have focused on operational energy consumption as a proxy for sustainability, but this metric only captures part of the environmental impact. Understanding the total impact requires examining the entire lifecycle of the system, beyond operational energy, to also include material use and manufacturing. See how one methodology can do that. Read More

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