Power Tip: Become an early Business Intelligence adopter or fall behind

Today’s guest blogger is Access MVP Garry Robinson, who offers the Smart Access collection of articles at http://www.vb123.com/kb . Excel 2010 is coming and your boss and peers might soon start asking questions about Business Intelligence and Data Mining. This leaves the Access professional looking a little behind the times unless you adapt to this new area.

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Power Tip: Become an early Business Intelligence adopter or fall behind

Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 PDC Keynote in Depth

Kurt starts today’s discussion with a quick conversation on the Business Productivity Infrastructure. If you know the Office and SharePoint environment well, this is probably something you’ve seen us discuss before. It was at PDC08 when we announced that we will be releasing Office Web Applications that provide a high-fidelity & consistent experience for users who want to access and modify Office content in a browser, mobile device or the rich client

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Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 PDC Keynote in Depth

The New Package; Windows 7, VS.NET 2010 and Office 2010

To create a workable structure I have always grouped individual new versions of Windows, VS.NET, VSTO and Office together.

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The New Package; Windows 7, VS.NET 2010 and Office 2010

Introducing PowerPivot

Today we have a guest author from the SQL Server Analysis Services team, Ashvini Sharma, to tell us about the PowerPivot (née Gemini) feature that you may have heard about recently. PowerPivot is the recently announced name of technologies this blog previously referred to by its codename, Gemini

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Introducing PowerPivot

SharePoint 2010

This is my third and final post as part of our disclosure of SharePoint 2010 today. The previous posts covered the SharePoint History and how we Engineer SharePoint

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SharePoint 2010

Business Intelligence : New Microsoft BI Videos Available

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Business Intelligence : New Microsoft BI Videos Available

Hey everyone, Microsoft has posted a series of great short videos focused on Business Intelligence techologies. The series is called "How Do I BI". Most of the videos are 5-15 minutes in length so they're easy to watch and learn from in ..

Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog : Microsoft Business Intelligence …

There have been some recent developments regarding our Business Intelligence strategy that is very exciting and I wanted to share these with you. Microsoft’s vision for Business Intelligence has always been about pervasive access to …

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Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog : Microsoft Business Intelligence …