In previous columns, I've talked about how you can improve the likelihood of achieving your desired results in building a data management center of excellence and in managing enterprise information.This month, I'd like to narrow the focus to one particular aspect of the enterprise information management spectrum:data warehouse (DW) design.

Contrary to popular sentiment, data warehousing is not a moribund technology; it's alive and kicking.Indeed, most companies deploy data warehousing technology to some extent, and many have an enterprise-wide DW.

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