Archive for Month: October 2016
Cognos: Windows or Linux?
Should we run Cognos on Windows or Linux (or other Unix-based OS)? It’s a common question I run into when beginning a brand new implementation (or an architectural overall) of Cognos BI. In the past, my response has been something along the lines of “I’m a bit more experienced and […]
Speed vs. Soul
Do you enjoy wasting time? Neither do I. Tasks pile up every day and hitting project deadlines is not just important, it’s critical. But I bet you don’t like poor quality either; not in the products you buy, the food you eat, or in the quality of your work. And […]
3 Do’s and Don’ts of User Adoption
User Adoption – if you build, it will they really come? When I was a young consultant, I was put on a project where the client had purchased and installed Cognos Series 7 a few years prior, but had not gotten the results they had hoped for. My first day, […]