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Every Angle for SAP: A Product Note
Hundreds—even thousands—of transactions could represent a great challenge when trying to analyze data and obtain results. Every Angle is a tool that can deliver

define cube in data warehousing  It is hard to define Every Angle as a standard BI system. The Live Objects in Memory technology embedded in Every Angle enables the use of the available data from SAP to be used as a data cube for analysis purposes but it certainly could not fit under the set of traditional BI tools. Every Angle could be more suitable to track the operational process of an organization.   The Every Angle add-on resides between SAP and its business users. In this position, Every Angle makes use of its Live Objects in Read More...
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Using Predictive Analytics within Business Intelligence: A Primer
What are predictive analytics, and how are they used within business intelligence applications and for business performance management?

define cube in data warehousing  can be used to define what new products should be introduced into the market, and where. In general, scorecards can graphically reflect the selected sales information and create what-if scenarios based on the data identified to verify the right combinations of new product distribution. What-if scenarios can be used within the different visualization tools to create business models that anticipate what might happen within an organization based on changes in defined variables. What-if analysis gives Read More...
Business Intelligence: Driving Better Business Performance for Companies with Changing Needs
When it comes to acquiring business intelligence, small to medium-sized companies are often at a disadvantage. Compared to larger companies, they may lack the

define cube in data warehousing  schedules allow users to define their own reports for the comparison of actual versus budget results. In this way, they are able to identify if the business is on plan and see the effects of marketing initiatives. This scenario, which meets essential business intelligence requirements, includes: Sample Configuration 1: Easy-to-deploy but essential business intelligence capabilities (Microsoft Dynamics NAV + MS Office) Standard Reports Report Wizard Account Schedules and Analysis Reports Analysis by Read More...
Business Intelligence: A Guide for Midsize Companies
Business intelligence (BI) is not a new concept. What’s new is that BI tools are now accessible for midsize companies. Managers can use BI to analyze complex

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The Advantages of Row- and Rack-oriented Cooling Architectures for Data Centers
The traditional room-oriented approach to data center cooling has limitations in next-generation data centers. Next-generation data centers must adapt to

define cube in data warehousing  shorter and more clearly defined. In addition, airflows are much more predictable, all of the rated capacity of the CRAC can be utilized, and higher power density can be achieved. The row-oriented architecture has a number of side benefits other than cooling performance. The reduction in the airflow path length reduces the CRAC fan power required, increasing efficiency. This is not a minor benefit, when we consider that in many lightly loaded data centers the CRAC fan power losses alone exceed the total Read More...
TCO Analysis of a Traditional Data Center vs. a Scalable, Containerized Data Center
Standardized, scalable, pre-assembled, and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules provide a total cost of ownership (TCO) savings of 30

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Data Management Wish List: IT Is Open to Big Changes
Data management, access, and analysis haven’t always received the same amount of consideration, or respect, as the corporate applications that generate and

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Deploying High-density Zones in a Low-density Data Center
New power and cooling technology allows for a simple and rapid deployment of self-contained high-density zones within an existing or new low-density data center

define cube in data warehousing  vary in how they define a high-density rack. This paper defines a high-density rack as 4 kW or higher. Regardless of which number is used to denote a high-density rack, the following deployment issues need to be considered: Delayed server deployment ' uncertainty of knowing which rack can cool a newly provisioned server just adds to the already long delay by having to perform a cooling assessment Unplanned downtime ' due to overloaded power distribution circuits or thermal shutdown of IT equipment Read More...
Addressing the Complexities of Remote Data Protection
As companies expand operations into new markets, the percentage of total corporate data in remote offices is increasing. Remote offices have unique backup and

define cube in data warehousing  objective (RTO) . To define your RTO requirements, ask yourself, How long can I afford to be without access to this application or data? Again, this can vary depending on the critical nature of each application to your operations. Costs are always a major factor in identifying data protection requirements. In the case of remote offices, you should consider more than just hardware and software costs. If you don't have experienced IT people in your remote offices, you should understand the impact of your Read More...
Customer Data Integration: A Primer
Customer data integration (CDI) involves consolidation of customer information for a centralized view of the customer experience. Implementing CDI within a

define cube in data warehousing  used to identify and define data definitions and standardize customer information. A common customer data standardization initiative includes creating a single view of customer name and address information across the organization. Data cleansing activities include removing duplicate records as well as fixing common spelling errors. Within CDI, the importance of cleansing and standardization activities takes center stage within integration efforts, since a single version of the truth is what Read More...
Managing Small Data Centers: A Short Guide to Running Secure and Resilient Data Centers for Mid-sized Businesses
To keep your growing business competitive, your data center must be secure, protected against disaster, and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But if

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Data Center Projects: Advantages of Using a Reference Design
It is no longer practical or cost-effective to completely engineer all aspects of a unique data center. Re-use of proven, documented subsystems or complete

define cube in data warehousing  paper reference designs are defined and their benefits are explained. Read More...
Competing in a Big-box World: How Retailers Can Leverage Technology to Thrive in Today’s Retail Environment
Industry analysts and retail executives agree that, although competitive prices are a must, “low price” as a leading strategy will no longer lead to long-term

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Operationalizing the Buzz: Big Data 2013
The world of Big Data is maturing at a dramatic pace and supporting many of the project activities, information users and financial sponsors that were once the

define cube in data warehousing  Enterprise Management Associates, EMA, 9sight Consulting, big data, hybrid data ecosystem, real-time data, big data buzz, big data requirements, big data challenges, big data architecture Read More...

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