One of the announcements made at the Microsoft Data Summit in this past March 2016 was the availability of Analyze in Excel. This feature allows an Excel workbook to connect… Continue reading Power BI Analyze in Excel – The beginning of a beautiful thing?
If you’re in the SharePoint community, and you’ve been living under a rock since August 2015, you may not have heard that Excel Services is no longer present in SharePoint… Continue reading Connecting Excel to Data with SharePoint 2016 and Office Online Server 2016
SharePoint 2016 and SQL Server 2016 will both be released in 2016, adding to the changing Business Intelligence landscape already being disrupted by Power BI. Many of them will be… Continue reading Rethinking Business Intelligence in SharePoint and SQL Server 2016
For the past few years, Microsoft has been talking about cloud computing, as it continues to transition itself into a devices and services company. As part of this transition, there… Continue reading New Clarity on SharePoint and Office Release Cadence
A couple of years ago, I wrote a post called “Why I love Office 365”. It centered on the reasons that a SharePoint infrastructure consultant might want to outsource their… Continue reading Running a Business in the Cloud – 3 Years In