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Intelligent Enterprise Top-20 Blogs of 2007

As the year winds down I'm in a reflective frame of mind. Today I posted the list of IE's Top 20 Articles of 2007. It's an interesting indication of reader interest, but being measured in page views, the list doesn't do justice to all the single-page blogs we publish. Thus, here are the Top 20 Intelligent Enterprise Blogs of 2007:

As the year winds down I'm in a reflective frame of mind. Today I posted the list of IE's Top 20 Articles of 2007. It's an interesting indication of reader interest, but being measured in page views, the list doesn't do justice to all the single-page blogs we publish. (On the other hand, if a reader clicks to the very last page of a multi-page article, they're truly engaged!) Thus, for those who follow our blogosphere, here are the Top-20 Intelligent Enterprise Blogs of 2007:  1. Microsoft and Business Intelligence for Everyone, by Cindi Howson   2. What Wasn't Discussed at Microsoft's BI Conference, by Doug Henschen   3. Celko's 'Can't Be Your Own Supervisor' SQL Puzzle, by Joe Celko   4. Score One for Oracle: Can SAP Stay in the Game?, by Mark Smith   5. Synergies, Overlaps in the SAP-Business Objects Deal, by Cindi Howson   6. What Do You Mean When You Say 'BI'? , by Doug Henschen   7. SAP Buys Business Objects: Who Wins, Who Loses?, by Mark Madsen   8. Merger Mania: What's Next For Analytics Vendors?, by Seth Grimes   9. (How) Has Open Source Data Warehousing Developed?, by Seth Grimes 10. Gartner, Open Source, and Microsoft, by Seth Grimes 11. Can Microsoft Performance Point Perform for You?, by Mark Smith 12. Event Processing: The Next Disruptive Technology, by Doug Henschen 13. Are We Moving to Platform as a Service?, by David Linthicum 14. Complex Event Processing Struggles for Market Definition, by Seth Grimes 15. Ajax Versus Silverlight, JavaFX and Flash/Flex, by Nelson King 16. What Makes a Business Process Management Suite a Winner?, by Bruce Silver 17. BI Trends and Highlights Seen at TDWI, by Mark Madsen 18. Stonebraker Raises Vertica's DW Profile, by Doug Henschen 19. Demystifying the Gartner ECM Magic Quadrant, by Alan Pelz-Sharpe 20. Master Data Management: Minimizing the Complexity, by Rajan ChandrasAs the year winds down I'm in a reflective frame of mind. Today I posted the list of IE's Top 20 Articles of 2007. It's an interesting indication of reader interest, but being measured in page views, the list doesn't do justice to all the single-page blogs we publish. Thus, here are the Top 20 Intelligent Enterprise Blogs of 2007:

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