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Delivering Business Intelligence with Microsoft SQL Server 2008

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Maximize the Business Intelligence Tools in Microsoft SQL Server 2008

Manage, analyze, and distribute enterprise data with help from this expert resource. Delivering Business Intelligence with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 covers the entire BI lifecycle and explains how to build robust data integration, reporting, and analysis solutions. Real-world examples illustrate all of the powerful BI capabilities of SQL Server 2008. This is your one-stop guide for transforming disparate data into actionable insight for users throughout your organization.

  • Understand the goals and benefits of business intelligence
  • Design and create relational data marts and OLAP cubes
  • Manage Analysis Services databases using BI Development Studio
  • Cleanse data and populate data marts with SQL Server Integration Services
  • Take advantage of the flexibility of the Unified Dimensional Model
  • Manipulate and analyze data using MDX scripts and queries
  • Use data mining to identify data patterns, correlations, and clustering
  • Develop and distribute interactive reports with SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services
  • Integrate business intelligence into enterprise applications using ADOMD.NET and the Report Viewer Control
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Make Money in 2009 – 3 Make Money Ideas for 2009


Make money in 2009. Start the new year with a make money attitude and orientation. So if 2008 was a bad year for the whole economy you can make 2009 a much better year with lots of make money ideas and plans. Above all the make money idea requires positive thinking and belief. And being creative. We will present some make money ideas for 2009.



Make money in 2009 idea number 1. A classic but yet effective one. Start and join an affiliate business. An affiliate business is the easiest way to make money since it requires usually a small or free initial investment. It is ideal for both beginners and experienced internet marketers and the variety of ways to make money is enormous.
Someone active in internet marketing can make money with plenty of ways, goods, and resources:
1. Make money with books and magazines
2. Make money with wellness and nutrition
3.Make money with personal care, business resources, consumer goods
4.Make money with informational products and the list goes on.

The real beauty in this free make money business opportunity is that you have the freedom to choose what products have the highest commissions for you so that to promote only those that can bring you the highest return for your efforts and time spent.



Make money in 2009 idea number 2.Sell your own informational product. Information is one of the highest and most lucrative internet marketing money making ways. One of the most searched keyword phrase is "how to" make anything, sell anything, fix anything etc.Each person has a unique gift, talent so try to find yours and market it! Do not be afraid of the competition as competition means two things. If there are too many webpages for a specific keyword such as cars this means that it has a lot of potential to make a profit as many people are looking for information about this specific keyword and others have already exploited it and created their own informational pages to sell anything related to this keyword.
On the other hand if it has little competition it means that perhaps you are one of the first people who found already a niche market and being at the early stages of a new market means usually a lot of profit and money to be made.
Either way you can make a thorough research on major search engines and see the trends of hot topics for current year 2008. Then try to make an informational product on one topic as trends persist for a long time and do not change so easily.

Make money in 2009 idea number 3.Be controversial, and unconventional. Words like odd, unusual, unique, can be a real goldmine and make you money in 2009 if you exploit them to their full potential.
Why no ordinary thoughts or ideas can make you money is simple. At some point everybody is looking for a point of differentiation, a unique idea that can create a new trend or just fill a gap that exists in social, economic, needs that has not been discovered yet. If you plan to become a millionaire make an extensive list of potential things people will want to read about during next year. Financial crisis is one top important example. Money and business have always been traditional top keyword phrases that most people are looking for. Create an informational unique product about how to make money and start an online business that will help people either to save money, make money or protect their money in bad conditions and a sure success is almost guaranteed. Of course you have to market your product also but there are plenty of free internet marketing ebooks on the web.



Make money in 2009 requires creativity, imagination and why not differentiation.


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Based Business Home Internet Opportunity – Your Internet Business Resolution of 2008

If you have resolution to start online business then this article 100% helps you to attain based business home internet opportunity and you can earn handsome amount of money and you can capture major share of this competitive market.

In this business there is no hierarchy means you are free to do your business by your own suited time and on your way. In this way you can easily concentrate both on social as well as your professional life and make your future bright and enjoyable.

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Facts About Small Businesses in Ireland During 2008

This report presents a comprehensive picture of the contribution of small enterprises in Ireland. The report contains data on the contribution of small businesses in industry, services and construction, as well as statistics on the labor, the knowledge-based economy and workforce. It also includes international comparisons.

In the report, a small business is defined as an enterprise which employs fewer than 50 people. Statistics on medium (50-249 persons) and large enterprises (250 or more people) are included for comparison.

Highlights of the report are:

Industry: Production and employment dominated by medium and large enterprises

* In 2005, four of the five industrial companies (81%) were small businesses with fewer than 50 employees. This company employs 50,000 people, slightly more than one fifth of total industrial employment. * The larger companies (50 or more persons) employed 181,100 people in 2005 and generated 93% of the total turnover in the industry. * The vast majority of small industrial firms were Irish owned (95%). Nearly 42% of larger companies are foreign-owned.

Services: More than 380,000 employees of small businesses in the service sector

* In the service sector, almost all companies (98%) were small. There were 82,100 small businesses, employing over 380,000 people in the service sector in 2005. That was more than half of total employment in this sector. * Small businesses account for nearly half (49%) of total turnover in the services sector, and generates a turnover of nearly ? 81.6bn in 2005. * Nearly half of small businesses in the service sector are the property of the family (47%). The vast majority of these family businesses employed fewer than 10 people.

Construction: Small businesses occupied two thirds of all people who work in construction

* According to the Quarterly National Household Survey, there were 253,200 employed in construction in the fourth quarter of 2005. Of these, 211,000 have indicated that they worked in small businesses (fewer than 50 employees), while 24,500 have indicated that they worked in large enterprises (50 or more employees). A further 17,600 not specify the number of employees to their jobs.

* Among the 253,200 people employed in the construction industry, more than 65% worked for very small concerns employing less tha ten people.

Salaries and wages: 54% of private sector employees in small firms earned between ? 10 - ? 20 per hour in 2006

* The average hourly wage in small businesses were ? 15.22 in 2006 compared to ? 19.38 in companies with 50 or more workers in 2006.

* The average annual salary for employees in a small business amounted to ? 32,453 in 2006. The average wage in large enterprises was ? 44,794 per year.

Knowledge-based economy: the larger companies have shown higher levels of e-government activities

* Small businesses generally not more modern information and communication technology than larger companies.

* Almost all companies with 10 or more employees were connected to the Internet that two-thirds of businesses with fewer than 10 employees to use the Internet.

Size of work: almost 56% of employment in small workplaces

* In all areas, 56% of jobs in workplaces where fewer than 50 persons were employed in the second quarter of 2007. A total of 1175800 people worked in small workplaces. Of these, 839,300 were employees, 216,600 are self-employed and 107,900 are self-employed with employees. These figures include agriculture and the public sector and the economy.

* Among the 316,300 non-Irish nationals in employment in the second quarter of 2007, less than half (47%) worked in small workplaces.

EU comparison, the value added in small construction firms in Ireland was three times the EU average in 2005

* Almost three-quarters of production in Ireland turnover was generated by large companies, while the EU average was 60%.

* In 2005, Ireland is recorded but the gross value added per employee of ? 51,600 in the distribution of services. The EU average was ? 33,000 per employee. * The gross value added per employee in the construction industry in Ireland was significantly higher than the EU average for all types of employment dimension.

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