Machine Learning is an academic study of algorithms that find interesting patterns in data. However, it is also the foundation of data science and advanced analytics, perhaps best know as the essential technology of data mining and predictive analysis. If you are interested in business intelligence or any form of modern analytics, machine learning has much to offer.
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Download this exclusive preview from the new book The Ultimate SharePoint Performance Guide! by MVPs Vlad Catrinescu and Gokan Ozcifci. This is an ultimate guidance on performance for SharePoint Server 2013, 2016 and SharePoint Online inspired both by Microsoft’s best practices and real life experiences from countless deployments on the field. This book was Tech… READ MORE
Power BI is a big factor, but where does it fit? What do all of these changes mean for your new and existing BI investments? This session will walk through the various changes, and call out the good the bad, and the ugly of these changes.
Service Assurance is a primary goal This is particularly important in understanding how Office 365 protects your data, especially since it concerns email access, team communication, collaboration, content storage and specifically content viewed and edited in a browser. Service Delivery includes Service assurance, which is an organisational primary goal, and is directly aligned to the… READ MORE
The European SharePoint and Office 365 Community Awards 2016 are now open for entry
Julian Kirkness has been a long term Access user and has successfully built (and ultimately sold) an HR Software business which started with an Access 95 based system. If you followed his blog series, then you will find this eBook very handy, it covers everything from editing views, capturing user information, formatting emails and managing… READ MORE
We are proud to announce the eagerly anticipated ESPC16 Conference Programme. The programme team have meticulously hand-picked all speakers to offer IT-Pros, Developers and BDMs the best ESPC experience possible. The speaker schedule includes internationally renowned Microsoft Redmond Executives, 42 MVPs, 11 MCMs, CTOs and CIOs, sharing practical advice, live demonstrations and real life solutions. With 4 days, 8 stages, 2000 delegates and over 100 SharePoint and Office 365 sessions, it’s promised to be our biggest event yet!