Rich Johnson

Rich
Johnson

Rich Johnson is a business intelligence architect with Microsoft working in the US Public Sector Services organization. He has worked for Microsoft since 1996 as a development manager and architect of SQL Server database solutions for OLTP and data-warehousing implementations.

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Getting Started with Parallel Data Warehouse 2
The SQL Server 2008 R2 Parallel Data Warehouse (PDW) edition is Microsoft's first offering in the Massively Parallel Processor (MPP) data warehouse space. Here's a peek at what PDW is and what it can do.
Pare Down and Power Up 9
Today’s large business intelligence implementations require servers that deliver tremendous capacity and bandwidth. Check out this low-cost solution that could rock the database server market.

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Jul 6, 2016
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Using BI Office Together with Microsoft Power BI Desktop to Unlock Business Insights

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Jul 6, 2016
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Why It’s Important to Unlock Business Insights Trapped on Individual Desktops

To become a truly data-driven enterprise, many business leaders recognize that they must extend the capabilities of self-service business intelligence (BI) and analytics to more of their business users. Many BI tools tackle part of this need, but they don’t offer a complete enterprise solution....More
May 12, 2016
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The 7 C's of Data Quality

Data quality is really important. Why? Because it helps you save money while increasing profits because of accurate contact data. It’s important to understand what data quality is and why it is important....More
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