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The PASS Business Analytics Conference is a community-oriented gathering for business analytics professionals, with over 60 sessions to choose from—covering data discovery, data exploration and visualization, predictive analytics, content management and architecture, collaboration, information strategies, and much more.
From Data to Insights with Microsoft's Big DataJoin Eron Kelly, General Manager in Microsoft’s Data Platform Group, as he explores the new capabilities enabling organizations to navigate this brave new world.
UBS: Analytics Is the New Mission Critical This session focuses on a risk-management solution developed by UBS, exploring the organization’s success story with SQL Server Analysis Services and mobile business intelligence.
From Data to Insight - Views from Microsoft FinanceIn this session, you'll see how to build a powerful sales dashboard in a matter of minutes and learn how to rapidly extract insights out of millions of records with powerful self-service visualizations.
Database Days is scheduled to be the premier technical training conference on the SQL Server Data and Business Intelligence platform in Switzerland. Designed to deliver real-world insight, actionable advice and deep technical-level skill-building for a variety of roles and responsibilities, Database Days is an event that takes full advantage of the experience, authority and weight of some of the world's leading professionals in Microsoft Data Platform technologies.
Business Intelligence & Data Visualisation: Tabular Models and Power ViewThe new Business Intelligence and Data Visualisation features and functionality are key to the strategic and technical changes in SQL Server 2012. We will take a look at: - Power View and its impact for Data Visualisation according to the principles of Stephen Few, Tufte and other data visualisation experts - PowerPivot improvements and new features.
Understanding BI Security Best PracticesHow secure is your BI environment? The Microsoft business intelligence stack contains multiple tools which each have different security configuration options and interdependencies. This session starts with a review of the security architecture of each component in the BI stack and highlights vulnerabilities in the architecture that must be addressed to properly secure your BI environment.
Find out how Microsoft is changing the self-service BI landscape with Excel 2013, SharePoint 2013 and SQL Server 2012 SP1.
Learn why some of the world’s most successful companies are choosing Microsoft to improve efficiency and decision making.
Forrester Research positions Microsoft as a leader in Self-Service BI Platforms.
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