Microsoft Business Intelligence – our reporting roadmap

 

For eight consecutive years, Microsoft has been positioned as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms. And while each year has seen advances across our product line, this past year’s progress is truly unprecedented. We firmly believe Microsoft now offers the industry’s most complete and modern business intelligence product family – with unmatched breadth and depth.

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October 26, 2016 · Rahul Desai · No Comments
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Announcing Windows Azure SQL Reporting General Availability – Microsoft Business Intelligence

With SQL Reporting on Azure, developers can use familiar tools such as the Business Intelligence Development Studio and SQL Server Data Tools to author reports, just as they do today when running SQL Server Reporting services on-premises. SQL Reporting on Azure provides consistent APIs to view, execute and manage reports along with rich formatting and data visualization options…more information @ link below:

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June 13, 2012 · Rahul Desai · No Comments
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Conquer Your Calendar: Use PowerPivot To Analyze Your Time

Calendar Analytics allows users to connect to their Microsoft ® Exchange Calendar and get dashboard views on meeting statistics inside Microsoft ® Office Excel 2010. More information as below:

Conquer Your Calendar: Use PowerPivot To Analyze Your Time

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April 30, 2011 · Rahul Desai · No Comments
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Excel at 25 – What Are Your 25 Favourite Features? – BizIntelligence.TV – Site Home – MSDN Blogs

What Are Your 25 Favourite Features?

April 30, 2011 · Rahul Desai · No Comments
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