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Yesterday, we were fortunate to have a customer, Heidi Rozmiarek, Assistant Director of IT Development for UnityPoint Health, speak alongside our Microsoft BI team for the webinar, “Hybrid Analytics in Healthcare: Leveraging Power BI and Office 365 to Make Smarter Business Decisions.”
It was an informative session that began by covering architectural components and functions, architecture options including on premises, hybrid, cloud and delivery considerations. Following this, we had a live Power BI demo, and last but not least, Heidi shared how her organization is using the Microsoft BI stack to provide simple solutions for complex questions. Keep an eye out for a post describing the webinar in more detail, but in the meantime, you can view the replay here.
Whether or not you attended the webinar, if you are interested in learning more about building a hybrid analytics platform with Power BI and Office 365, I highly recommend you take a look at the following short video series.
- Introduction to Power BI: The first video includes an introduction to Power BI, particularly around Power BI Sites, “My Power BI” and the Power BI Admin page.
- Administration and Permissions in Power BI: This video focuses on Site Admin and security basics.
- Data Exploration and Visualization in Power BI: The third video in the series discusses data exploration and visualization using Excel and related power tools, including Power Pivot and Power View.
- Data Management Gateway for Power BI: Here, we cover the steps to enable data feeds in Power BI using the Data Management Gateway.