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Achieve SharePoint 2013 Business Processes Automation with Our Quick Start Program

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Last week we had another successful Business Process Automation with SharePoint 2013 event – this time in Minneapolis, MN. There was a lot of learning going on and several good questions from the audience surrounding the tools in SharePoint 2013. The team provided an overview of the BPA process, from identifying viable candidates to implementation

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Getting Started with Business Process Automation

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After a successful Business Process Automation with SharePoint 2013 event in Dallas in June, we are replicating the event in Minneapolis this week, August 14th. As we gear up for the event, it’s a good idea to examine the first step of Business Process Automation: identifying viable candidates!  Creating automated workflows tend to have a

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SharePoint, SQL and Office together – Part 1

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With the recent releases of software products from Microsoft, there have been many questions about compatibility and deployment for SQL Server, SharePoint Server and the Microsoft Office suite. The questions of particular interest are whether a particular version of SQL Server will work with a particular version of SharePoint Server, and then will Office work

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Create a Dynamic Median MDX Calculation on a PerformancePoint KPI Scorecard

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Have you ever been asked to add a new KPI to a scorecard, only to find that there is not a corresponding calculation or measure in the cube?  With PerformancePoint 2010 KPIs for SharePoint 2010 scorecards, custom MDX expressions can be created as actual and target values without requiring modifications to be made to the

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Visualize Trends with Power View Motion Scatter Charts

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When visualizing data, multiple measures and attributes can often be difficult to display in a manner that is both useful and easily consumed.  Power View for SQL Server 2012 can be used to create motion scatter charts that display multiple measures, attributes, and trends in a manner that exudes simplicity. For this example, sample demo

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