The recent availability of the SharePoint 2019 public preview, and the supporting information that accompanies it has clarified the status of Business Intelligence features in SharePoint 2019. This release, with… Continue reading Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2019
As discussed in a previous post, Working with Excel Files in the Power BI Service, Excel and Power BI have a rich, complex relationship. Power BI Desktop is the primary… Continue reading Using Excel Files with Power BI Desktop and SharePoint
SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) has experienced some very significant improvements in the 2016 version. As has been the case Since SQL Server 2005 SP1, it runs in either Native, or SharePoint Integrated… Continue reading Configuring SSRS 2016 Integrated Mode with SharePoint 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
If you’ve been using the Excel 2016 Preview or just Excel 2016 (depending on when you read this), you may have noticed that there is no longer an option to… Continue reading Where Did Power View Go in Excel 2016?