The Data Lake Debate: Conclusion (With Apologies to the Rolling Stones)
Big Data
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Big Data
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The Data Lake Debate: Conclusion (With Apologies to the Rolling Stones)

JillDyche - April 30, 2015

When I wrote the introduction to the now-celebrated Data Lake Debate, I couldn’t have anticipated the buzz the exchange would get! Neither Anne Buff nor Tamara Dull pulled any…

The Data Lake Debate: The Introduction
Best Practices
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Best Practices
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The Data Lake Debate: The Introduction

JillDyche - March 6, 2015

In his memoir, Life, Keith Richards dispels the myth that the Rolling Stones had trouble coming up with new songs. If anything according to the legendary guitarist,…

Analytics
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Big Data Governance

JillDyche - December 7, 2011

In which Jill wonders yet again how much size really matters. It’s always interesting to hear somebody dismiss a trend. “That’s not new!” he might say as…

Analytics
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Putting Data in the Middle

JillDyche - November 9, 2011

In which Jill puts data in the center of the flywheel. And she’s in good company. (more…)

Policy and Governance
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Data Governance and the Wet Bar

JillDyche - October 4, 2011

In which Jill foregoes the bikini. (You’re welcome, America.) (more…)

CRM
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Jill’s Anti-Predictions for 2011

JillDyche - January 4, 2011

It’s time for my annual predictions list for 2011—which esteemed TDWI members can find in this month’s edition of Flashpoint, coming to your in-box next week. Meantime, I…

Business Intelligence
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Highlights from Teradata Partners 2010

JillDyche - October 29, 2010

It’s a sure bet that attendees of the first Teradata User Group, navigating the Riviera Country Club’s lush 18 holes, wouldn’t have believed that twenty six years…

Business Intelligence
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Zen and Mao

JillDyche - June 22, 2010

In which Jill considers spending less, but buying smart. (more…)

SmartData Collective Exclusive
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The Importance of Scope In Data Quality Efforts

JillDyche - June 17, 2010

When it comes to data quality, I fervently believe that it is destined for widespread adoption. As a concept data quality has been around for a while,…

CRM
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My Regression Theory on Organizational Destruction

JillDyche - June 8, 2010

In which Jill confirms that everyone who runs backwards does so awkwardly. It’s a familiar story. An executive at a Fortune 1000 company leaves to start his…