Boston TDWI Chapter Meeting (updated agenda)
You are cordially invited to attend the upcoming TDWI Boston Chapter meeting. All BI and DW professionals are welcome to attend. Space is limited, so visit this page to RSVP early. When: January 14, 2009, 1:00–4:00 p.m. Where: Children’s Hospital…
You are cordially invited to attend the upcoming TDWI Boston Chapter meeting.
All BI and DW professionals are welcome to attend. Space is limited, so visit this page to RSVP
- When: January 14, 2009, 1:00–4:00 p.m.
- Where: Children's Hospital Boston, 1 Autumn Street,
Auditorium A, Boston, MA
Note: This meeting is on Children's
Hospital Boston's main city campus, not the suburban campus. The main campus is
located in the Longwood Medical Area, which is known for very ample public
transportation, but heavy traffic. Please use public transportation if at all
possible. Here is
a link to public transportation options, and here is
map and driving directions to 1 Autumn St., Boston. The building is at the
corner of Autumn Street and Longwood Avenue. The best bet for parking is in the
garage across the street at 375 Longwood Avenue.
Light snacks will be provided!
1:00 – Meeting Kickoff
Ron Wilkinson, President TDWI Boston Chapter
1:15 – Presentation: “Data Governance in DW/BI Implementations”
Speaker: Representative from Kalido Corp.
2:15 – Break and Peer Networking
2:45 – Panel Discussion: “Maintaining Privacy, Security, and Accountability in DW/BI Implementations”
Moderator: Rick Sherman, Vice President, TDWI Boston Chapter
Panelists: Tony Carangelo, Guided Solutions, LLC; Nick Lewis, Children’s Hospital Boston; David St. Clair, Children’s Hospital Boston; an insurance industry panelist TBD
3:30 — Chapter Business: Presentation of 2009 – 2010 Chapter Officers
Current Chapter Officers
3:45 – Close and Raffles
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