Category: BI

Techtarget.com defines Business Intelligence (BI) is a technology-driven process for analysing data and presenting actionable information to help executives, managers and other corporate end users make informed business decisions.

BI encompasses a wide variety of tools, applications and methodologies that enable organizations to collect data from internal systems and external sources; prepare it for analysis; develop and run queries against that data; and create reports, dashboards and data visualizations

Therefore, the Business Intelligence category is full of handy tips, tricks and advise. Check out some of the Step by Step blogs or learn with our eBooks, How To videos and Webinars.

How to extract tables from Powerpoint using just Power Query
How to extract tables from Powerpoint using just Power Query
Blog Posts

I’ve been using my solution to extract tables from Powerpoint a lot recently.  However, I’ve come across some situations where what looks like a table is actually an embedded Excel worksheet. This can be quite useful in Powerpoint as it provides the ability to create subtotals and apply other formulae. You can add these sort of… READ MORE

PowerApp with Machine Learning – Creating an engaging PowerApp in a matter of hours
Webinars

Join us for this exclusive webinar, ‘ How Trump are you? Creating an engaging PowerApp with Machine Learning in a matter of hours’ from Carlo, Martin and Kevin where they’ll share their popular app from the ESPC16 Hackathon. You’ll learn about the ease of creating PowerApps with machine learning, the pain of uploading images with PowerApps and see what can be done with relatively small amounts of technical knowledge.

Intranet Discrimination
Intranet Discrimination
Blog Posts

At the risk of going on too much about the issue of accessibility enabling applications; here is my current state of thinking regarding the tendency for organisations to want to strongly brand and apply accessibility rules to an internally facing SharePoint application (as opposed to a SharePoint website). It’s written a white paper… We often… READ MORE

General Data Protection Regulation
General Data Protection Regulation
Blog Posts

The newly passed General Data Protection Regulation(GDPR) is giving all organizations a big task. The new GDPR is now discussed by many law firms and senior consultants in events such as breakfast meetings and at conferences. All of them say they have the checklist for the organizations how to adopt. They don´t have all the… READ MORE

Archiving in SharePoint
Archiving in SharePoint
Blog Posts

In this article I’ll describe built-in archiving  in SharePoint / Office 365. I’ll cover topics like on how you can use Site / Library based retention to fulfil company or legal requirements. Background It’s often the case that we’re creating a SharePoint site for a project. Typically, they last for a specific amount of time,… READ MORE

The 5 Biggest SharePoint Myths…Busted
The 5 Biggest SharePoint Myths…Busted
Blog Posts

It’s time to discuss the 5 Biggest SharePoint myths. SharePoint, as most of us understand, is a powerful platform for being in control of content but there are still many myths that get written about and presented via various press and social sites which often hamper adoption across companies. When we talk to our customers… READ MORE

The changing shape of modern intranets
The changing shape of modern intranets
Blog Posts

I talk a lot about the five pillars of enterprise intranets:Content, Communication, Collaboration, People and Process; in the past our Hadron 8020 enterprise intranet portal has attempted to serve all those needs and act as the one place that users can go to carry out the organisational activities based on the way these five pillars… READ MORE