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‘Real-Enough-Time’ Data

I see and hear a whole lot of noise and effort around the acquisition of “Real-Time” data in their Power BI Reports and Dashboards. I argue here that most times this is simply not necessary nor preferred and that it … Continue reading

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Microsoft Excel And Azure RemoteApps … How About A Full-Featured Version Of Excel On Every Device?

I recently posted here about the opportunities for Access Developers in the Azure RemoteApps technology.  I know that it will cost your clients a bit more than the free ride they have been on with Access (some of them for … Continue reading

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Gemini Is Now PowerPivot

The Gemini code-name for Microsoft’s new BI add-in for Excel and SharePoint has now been officially named “PowerPivot” !! I just had a great chat with Rob Collie of the PowerPivot team about this product and I must admit that … Continue reading

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OK – Gemini Is Cool – Me Bad

I don’t know if everyone who comes here reads all the comments on my Posts but I thought I’d make a new Post about the info recieved on the previous Post in which I “Dissed” Gemini. Turns out I was … Continue reading

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