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Tighten Up Your Data Integration - Trusted Data, Security and Shared Metadata

Date: November 01, 2006

Time: 02:00 pm US Eastern

All dates and times are NY local time, please consult your favorite world clock to determine when this webinar takes place in your time zone.

Featured Speakers:

Harald Smith, Product Manager, Information Management, IBM Software Group (bio)
Lou Agosta, Business Intelligence Strategist, IBM (bio)


Moderator:

David A. Kelly

Sponsored By:

IBM

Webcast attendees will learn how IBM WebSphere Information Analyzer can help them gain a full and thorough understanding of the structure, content and quality of their data sources. Topics of discussion will include:

  • Discovering the structure of your data sources
  • Examining and discovering the content and quality of data sources
  • Creating a secure environment for profiling information and sharing results
  • Sharing results and information with IBM Information Server modules
Attend this webcast to learn about:
  • Key industry trends around security and profiling and the growing concern around protecting data sources
  • The unmatched benefits of understanding your data before any data integration project
  • How to adhere to company data security guidelines while profiling and when publishing results
  • The immense savings you will realize through shared metadata throughout the integration lifecycle



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Featured Speaker Bios:

Harald Smith is a Product Manager for the IBM WebSphere data profiling and analysis products. He has over 20 years of experience working with data quality products and solutions, project management, application development, technical services, and business processes. His background includes extensive experience in system implementations, project methodology, data auditing and analysis, entity and object modeling, and business process re-engineering. His experience includes worked in software, financial services, healthcare, and education sectors.

Lou Agosta is an IBM Business Intelligence Strategist, covering data quality, data warehousing and related business intelligence issues. Prior to joining IBM, Lou spend six years as a technology analyst with Giga Information Group and in years prior to that he was a database administrator and large systems data architect. He specializes in translating information technology into business value. He has published nearly 120 articles and reviews on data warehousing, business intelligence and business and IT integration and is a published author - The Essential Guide to Data Warehousing, Prentice Hall. Lou has a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Chicago.


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