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Hello, I'm Simon and I have a problem. 10 years ago, I fell in with a bad crowd and started doing SharePoint.
This is effectively Part Three in a series of blogs on managing content across the organisation, as part of moving to a cloud. I’ve previously mused on Microsoft Teams and Office 365 Groups, as well as the complex issue of ‘Putability’.
The release of Power BI Premium in June 2017 was a major milestone for Microsoft and its flagship BI platform; however, Premium continues to cause some confusion to some. So what’s the difference between Free, Pro and Premium?
My thinking has evolved a little further with regards to using Office 365 collaboration since my last blog. This is driven by some further investigation into the recent upgrades to Office 365 Groups and Microsoft Teams.
The Microsoft story around collaboration has never been a straightforward one, with different styles of collaboration from Email, through Skype and into SharePoint.
If you need to remove a Report Page that you’ve pinned to a Power BI Dashboard as a Live Page, don’t despair! Unpinning such a Report Page is easy – once you know where to click and when to scroll.
BI solutions can take many forms, and use may different technologies; however all BI solutions fall into one of 3 categories and will share many similarities with other BI solutions in the same category.
Not every problem can be resolved with SharePoint. Providing a fix for this particular NHS issue called for a simple approach.
After witnessing agricultural and industrial revolutions, we are currently experiencing the information revolution.
Having read through the Carter Report “Review of operational productivity in NHS providers Interim Report (June 2015)” I was struck.
Branding is used by organisations to distinguish between products or services. Every organisation should have a current set of brand guidelines that details style and tone across each platform.
The purpose of this blog post is to open your eyes to the real challenges we face right now due to EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
In a previous blog we wrote about eForms, the various technology choices available, the importance of understanding their purpose, and just as importantly, their accessibility.
Since Microsoft started releasing BI products with “Power” in their name, the term “Power BI” has been bandied around by Microsoft and BI professionals (including myself) alike.
The Carter report “Review of operational productivity in NHS providers” - Interim Report (June 2015) has been cropping up regularly in our conversations with senior NHS management. And for good reason too.