Data Warehouse Calculator Highlights Knowledge Network Week in Review

Patrick Avery

Here's a review of the Knowledge Network documents that were uploaded between Sept. 28 and Oct. 2, 2009.


Redefining Job Roles Research Note

The Redefining Job Roles Research Note addresses the required changes that happen as a result of downsizing due to cost reductions. This document addresses logical entry-points into the role redefinition and reorganization process, taking a skills-grouping approach for thorough results, forming balanced roles, and reporting structures and recommendations for role transition.


Job Description Template

This template is designed to allow complete documentation of the characteristics, responsibilities and requirements for a given job position in IT. The template includes sections for a title, a summary description, the reporting relationship, department and location, responsibilities, position characteristics and position requirements.


Data Warehouse Sizing Calculator

The Data Warehouse Sizing Calculator helps you estimate the memory size required for a data warehousing project.


"Social Age Organizations"

"Social Age Organizations" is an excerpt from the book, "The Social Factor: Innovate, Ignite, and Win through Mass Collaboration and Social Networking." Drawing on her experience deploying social networking systems within IBM and for customers, author Maria Azua demonstrates how to establish social networking communities, and then leverage those communities to drive extraordinary levels of innovation.


Protecting Aggregated Data

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the security issues, business impacts, and potential strategies of U.S. industry, government, and academic organizations that create and maintain large aggregations of data, such as digital repositories, databases, data warehouses and aggregated information systems.


Twittivism Guide

This tutorial is not only about Twitter and tweeting, but how to use the micro-blogging site effectively in promoting the candidate of your choice. Chapters in this guide address Twitter vocabulary, the basic functions of Twitter and Twitter best practices.

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