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Business Intelligence in the Cloud?

@inproceedings{Baars2010BusinessII,
  title={Business Intelligence in the Cloud?},
  author={Henning Baars and H.-G. Kemper},
  booktitle={PACIS},
  year={2010}
}
Business Intelligence (BI) deals with integrated approaches to management support. In many cases, the integrated infrastructures that are subject to BI have become complex, costly, and inflexible. A possible remedy for these issues might arise on the horizon with “Cloud Computing” concepts that promise new options for a net based sourcing of hardand software. Currently, there is still a dearth of concepts for defining, designing, and structuring a possible adaption of Cloud Computing to the… 

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