Over at the IBM Data Warehousing & Analytics blog, Joseph Ng discusses the major OLAP architectures and InfoSphere Warehouse’s Cubing Services feature. Joseph also provides a long list of free resources for Cubing Services. Check it out.
While reviewing the web traffic analytics report for this blog, I noticed a number of visitors looking for information about the components included in IBM InfoSphere Warehouse.
Here are two links that provide the information you’re looking for:
As a loyal reader, you already know that I have been using the ideas from David Allen’s Getting Things Done book for many years. What you may not know is that I have also been helping many of my IBM co-workers discover GTD and get things done.
Like most knowledge workers, my friends and co-workers struggle with tremendous email volumes and balancing heavy workloads. In my spare time, I developed a presentation that provides describes how I use Lotus Notes and GTD to become my productive.