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A Definition of Data Warehousing
There is a great deal of confusion over the meaning of data warehousing. Simply defined, a data warehouse is a place for data, whereas data warehousing describes the process of defining, populating, and using a data warehouse. Creating, populating, and querying a data warehouse typically carries an extremely high price tag, but the return on investment can be substantial. Over 95% of the Fortune 1000 have a data warehouse initiative underway in some form.

REGULATORY DEFINITION: A Definition of Data Warehousing A Definition of Data Warehousing M. Reed - August 18, 2002 Read Comments Biographical Information Bill Inmon Bill Inmon is universally recognized as the father of the data warehouse. He has over 26 years of database technology management experience and data warehouse design expertise, and has published 36 books and more than 350 articles in major computer journals. His books have been translated into nine languages. He is known globally for his seminars on developing
8/18/2002

Providing a Foundation for Regulatory Compliance
Regulations regarding digital information use, storage, and protection are meant to help maintain the integrity and security of public and private networks. Compliance measures such as the payment card industry (PCI), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), and others focus on the long-term retention and integrity of all data. Achieving secure, long-term data retention is easier with log management and incident response tools.

REGULATORY DEFINITION: Providing a Foundation for Regulatory Compliance Providing a Foundation for Regulatory Compliance Source: CrossTec Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Regulations regarding digital information use, storage, and protection are meant to help maintain the integrity and security of public and private networks. Compliance measures such as the payment card industry (PCI), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), and others focus on the long-term retention and integrity of all data. Achieving secure,
3/25/2009 11:29:00 AM

Improving Regulatory Compliance with Encryption
As a bedrock element of any sound corporate data protection strategy, encryption protects valuable company data, whether it is at rest, in transit, or in use. Advanced encryption algorithms coupled with faster processors now make it possible to transparently encrypt and decrypt entire drive volumes, massive amounts of data on storage area networks (SANs), and other large-volume data stores.

REGULATORY DEFINITION: Improving Regulatory Compliance with Encryption Improving Regulatory Compliance with Encryption Source: Utimaco Safeware Document Type: White Paper Description: As a bedrock element of any sound corporate data protection strategy, encryption protects valuable company data, whether it is at rest, in transit, or in use. Advanced encryption algorithms coupled with faster processors now make it possible to transparently encrypt and decrypt entire drive volumes, massive amounts of data on storage area networks
4/12/2007 11:15:00 AM

Requirements Definition For Package Implementations
How do you go about defining the requirements of large package systems, particularly those with the all-encompassing scope of ERP, EAM, and CRM software, and still satisfy the needs to the project team, the user community, and executive management? It’s a balancing act rivaling the circus performer trying to keep all of the plates spinning at once. While it is difficult to say one aspect of a project plan is more important than another, accurately and completely defining the needs to be fulfilled by the software is critical to the overall success of the implementation and the longevity of software. This article outlines a logical process for defining the requirements and keeping the plates spinning.

REGULATORY DEFINITION: Requirements Definition For Package Implementations Requirements Definition For Package Implementations Joe Strub - January 28, 2003 Read Comments Premise Defining the requirements of software is where a company sets the expectations of the software and specifies how it is to function in specific circumstances. This should not be the initial attempt at this process. As part of the package selection process, the broad specifications of the software should have already been defined and used to evaluate and
1/28/2003

Case Study: Royal Bank of Canada
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is Canada’s largest bank and one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies. To deliver regulatory-based courses and learning through a global, cost-effective channel, RBC replaced its homegrown learning management system (LMS) with a cost-effective, enterprise-wide solution, and consolidated its LMS for streamlined operations. Find out how they did it.

REGULATORY DEFINITION: Disqus Related Topics:   Regulatory and Compliance,   Learning Management System (LMS) Related Industries:   Finance and Banking Related Keywords:   Plateau,   Royal Bank of Canada,   learning management,   lms,   learning management system,   lms learning management,   sumtotal lms,   docent lms,   learning management system lms,   saba lms,   lms training,   learning management systems,   regulatory compliance,   employee training,   elearning lms,   training,   lms learning,  
8/17/2010 5:38:00 PM

Data Security, Governance, and Privacy
To meet regulatory requirements such as the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), IT managers are now receiving the board-level visibility and budgets required to improve enterprise data security. For example, companies need secure and verifiable audit trails that track the activities of database administrators (DBAs) and other privileged insiders. But have you considered the seven essential elements of database security?

REGULATORY DEFINITION: Paper Description: To meet regulatory requirements such as the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), IT managers are now receiving the board-level visibility and budgets required to improve enterprise data security. For example, companies need secure and verifiable audit trails that track the activities of database administrators (DBAs) and other privileged insiders. But have you considered the seven essential elements of database security? Data Security, Governance, and Privacy style= border-width:0px; />  
3/30/2007 4:54:00 PM

Global Trade and the Role of Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance Software
The growing number of legal and regulatory requirements associated with global trading is one of many reasons enterprises are looking into global trade management applications, and into harnessing the up-and-coming, strategic software category of governance, risk management, and compliance.

REGULATORY DEFINITION: and export processes; ensure regulatory compliance; expedite customs clearance; mitigate the financial risk of global transactions; and take full advantage of international trade agreements. In fact, these tools (preferably unicode-enabled) should help user enterprises manage and standardize trade compliance processes throughout the entire organization. The software should automatically screen business partners against official sanctioned party lists, check for embargo restrictions, and manage export and
3/7/2007

Effective Operational Security Metrics
Due to the changing regulatory environment and the complexity of business today, organizations are facing increased accountability. Security risks, however, can often be difficult to measure and even more difficult to understand by people outside of the department. The key to demonstrating improvement is to translate security information in to business terms. Organizations must align, manage, and measure security around business operations.

REGULATORY DEFINITION: Due to the changing regulatory environment and the complexity of business today, organizations are facing increased accountability. Security risks, however, can often be difficult to measure and even more difficult to understand by people outside of the department. The key to demonstrating improvement is to translate security information in to business terms. Organizations must align, manage, and measure security around business operations. Effective Operational Security Metrics
4/3/2006 2:54:00 PM

Financial ISV Partnership
Increasingly complex financial instruments, a global customer base, and a more stringent regulatory environment are making financial services companies more dependent on cutting-edge software products to maintain their lead in the markets. This white paper discusses the ways for financial services companies to create a strategic partnership with a specialist service provider to provide a more complete product.

REGULATORY DEFINITION: and a more stringent regulatory environment are making financial services companies more dependent on cutting-edge software products to maintain their lead in the markets. This white paper discusses the ways for financial services companies to create a strategic partnership with a specialist service provider to provide a more complete product. Financial ISV Partnership style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: Xoriant Corporation Learn more about Xoriant Corporation Readers who
3/4/2010 4:31:00 AM

Beating Complexity, Achieving Operational Excellence
Our global study of small and medium-sized discrete manufacturers worldwide revealed the industry is struggling with increasing complexity, global competition, rapidly changing business environments, and volatile raw materials prices. While manufacturers worldwide face similar challenges, this study clarifies how strategic initiatives and priorities vary by sector, geography, and job description.

REGULATORY DEFINITION: Beating Complexity, Achieving Operational Excellence Beating Complexity, Achieving Operational Excellence Source: Infor Document Type: White Paper Description: Our global study of small and medium-sized discrete manufacturers worldwide revealed the industry is struggling with increasing complexity, global competition, rapidly changing business environments, and volatile raw materials prices. While manufacturers worldwide face similar challenges, this study clarifies how strategic initiatives and
1/11/2011 3:42:00 PM

Privileged User Management
IT managers feel overwhelmed with the rising tide of security threats they have to deal with in the face of an increasing regulatory burden. But they tend to overlook one particular area of IT security—the privileged access that they grant themselves or their colleagues in order to do their jobs. Learn how to make sure your IT systems are not impacted by the inadvertent or malicious actions of privileged users.

REGULATORY DEFINITION: face of an increasing regulatory burden. But they tend to overlook one particular area of IT security—the privileged access that they grant themselves or their colleagues in order to do their jobs. Learn how to make sure your IT systems are not impacted by the inadvertent or malicious actions of privileged users. Privileged User Management style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: Quocirca Ltd Learn more about Quocirca Ltd Readers who downloaded this white paper also read thes
2/25/2010 6:01:00 AM


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