Microsoft Excel new Rich Data Types (with Video)

Microsoft Excel Developers have done it again.  They created an amazing new feature called Rich Data Types.  Excel has always been able to recognize Text, Numbers, Errors, etc.  But now?  Now it can recognize Stocks and Geography.  Watch this video to see this cool new feature.

Microsoft Excel Developers have done it again.  They created an amazing new feature called Rich Data Types.  Excel has always been able to recognize Text, Numbers, Errors, etc.  But now?  Now it can recognize Stocks and Geography.  Watch this video to see this cool new feature.

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Not Your Daddy’s Financial Series

I’m conducting a 2-part series on building and consuming Financial Statement data in Microsoft Power BI called Not your Daddy’s Financials Series.  Feel free to join me!

I’m conducting a 2-part series on building and consuming Financial Statement data in Microsoft Power BI called Not your Daddy’s Financials Series.  Feel free to join me!

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Using Relative Date Filtering in Microsoft Power BI

 In this video, I demonstrate using Relative Date Filtering in Microsoft Power BI.  My dataset contains unpaid Accounts Payable invoices and their due dates.  I use the Filter options to restrict the visual to display only invoices that are in the next 275 weeks.  My sample data is way out in the future, realistically, you would want to see what’s due this week, month, etc.

In this video, I demonstrate using Relative Date Filtering in Microsoft Power BI.  My dataset contains unpaid Accounts Payable invoices and their due dates.  I use the Filter options to restrict the visual to display only invoices that are in the next 275 weeks.  My sample data is way out in the future, realistically, you would want to see what’s due this week, month, etc.

MBS Podcast: Presenting Convergence… Yeah, you’ll understand after you listen. Podcast 2

Today we’ll be talking about the new Microsoft Business Summit, and whether it really is the return of Convergence.  You’ll also get to listen in on our sharing how we prepare and come up with topics on which to present.

Today we’ll be talking about the new Microsoft Business Summit, and whether it really is the return of Convergence.  You’ll also get to listen in on our sharing how we prepare and come up with topics on which to present.

This podcast was recorded on 4/13/2018.

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This podcast is the opinions and ideas of three Microsoft MVP’s, who are wrong a lot.

Power BI on-Premises Production Targeted for Mid 2017 — Paul Turley’s SQL Server BI Blog

NEWS FLASH: Power BI reports can be deployed to SQL Server Reporting Services web portal. The production-ready release is targeted for mid 2017. This is much sooner than most folks in the community were anticipating. An installable technical preview is targeted for January of 2017. This announcement was just made on the SQL Server Reporting […]

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Amazon AWS Getting Serious about Analytics — Business Intelligence & Advanced Analytics

Last week over 24,000 attendees gathered at Amazon Web Services (AWS) annual re:Invent conference. The event has significantly grown over 84% since 2014 when there was 13,000 participants. If you are still questioning the … Read More The post Amazon AWS Getting Serious about Analytics appeared first on Business Intelligence & Advanced Analytics.

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