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Self-Service BI is Not DIY

Increasing numbers of companies are pursuing self-service BI to enable their business users to personalize solutions and make data-driven decisions without having to rely on IT. Yet, the industry success rate in this arena is low. Why is this? Choosing the right tool is partly the issue, but the biggest differentiators between companies that fail

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GNet Helping to Build Up Local Microsoft Skills

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Last Thursday, June 26, GNet Group held its first Technical Training Event for the Minneapolis Microsoft user community. We’ve been hosting similar events in the Dallas community for several years now, and helping to build the local workforce there through skills building. We think it’s incredibly important to share our knowledge and skills with the

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BI Development: Working with Source Control

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Source control systems, such as Team Foundation Server (TFS), provide an extensive level of flexibility for development. Occasionally a developer can get lost in that flexibility, and the results can be painful. When the team grows beyond one or a few developers, a misstep in the source management process can result in challenges that can take

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Taking Stock and Preparing for Change

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It is a new year and analysts and the media have been in full swing with 2013 recaps and 2014 predictions on technology trends. We’ve seen coverage on many emerging and maturing trends – all of which are fascinating and many of which are relevant to us and our clients.  These include:  The Internet of

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The Mid-Market CIO: Spotlight on Leadership in Minnesota

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Middle market firms are essential to U.S. competitiveness and future. According to the National Center for the Middle Market, “…the nearly 200,000 companies that comprise the U.S. middle market encompass 44.5 million jobs, account for one third of total private employment, and generate more than $10 trillion in combined revenues annually.” The market is not

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