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Data Warehousing: Architecture and Implementation by Michelle C. Dy, Michael W. Hawkins, Mark Humphries

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Chapter 4. The CIO

The Chief Information Officer (CIO) is responsible for the effective deployment of information technology resources and staff to meet the strategic, decisional, and operational information requirements of the enterprise.

Data warehousing, with its accompanying array of new technologies and its dependence on operational systems, naturally makes strong demands on the technical and human resources under the jurisdiction of the CIO.

For this reason, it is natural for the CIO to be strongly involved in any data warehousing effort. This chapter attempts to answer the typical questions of CIOs who participate in data warehousing initiatives.

How Do I Support the Data Warehouse?

After the data warehouse goes into production, different support ...

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