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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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How to Master PowerPivot

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Time and time again, our customers ask us where they can find more resources and training on Microsoft’s PowerPivot. PowerPivot is an extremely powerful and dynamic tool used for data modeling and exploration that brings self-service BI to everyone through Excel 2013. One suggestion we give to our customers is to visit powerpivotpro.com and explore

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Getting Value from Your Data – SQL Server Data Quality Services

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These days organizations of all sizes rely on data (and increasing amounts and types of it) to make informed decisions, and more of their employees, across roles and departments, need data to execute on their jobs. But are they working with data at a quality level acceptable for the intended purpose? Often not. Incorrect and

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Cloud BI: Exploring Drivers and Benefits

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Businesses are moving to the cloud to reap the host of benefits it provides, which are aptly listed in this article by Guardian, Why are so many businesses switching to cloud computing? Popular applications for transition to the cloud include email, collaboration, CRM, LoB, and increasingly BI. Cloud BI offers organizations significant benefits going well beyond

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Power BI Packs a Punch

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Microsoft Power BI for Office 365  packs a lot of punch. A text-based description of it – a collection of powerful and easy to use self-service BI features and services for on premises and cloud data – goes some way in showing its value. But seeing it in action (and what’s being done with it

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