Posts Tagged ‘MicrosoftBI’

Microsoft Cloud BI: SharePoint in the Cloud

Previously, we addressed the specifics of data services in Azure, and what paths might be valid for SQL Server BI.   Today, we’ll look at delivering data to users — the “last mile” of Microsoft’s cloud BI story — via SharePoint. Whenever you talk about delivery of Microsoft BI, the first point of discussion is logically […]

HIMSS13; Meriter on MicrosoftBI and Epic Integration

I’m in New Orleans, LA this week for the annual HiMSS Conference and Microsoft Health User Group Meeting (MSHUG). The MSHUG meeting on Sunday March 3rd gave Healthcare Providers the opportunity to learn how they can better leverage their investment in Microsoft technologies to drive down cost and deliver innovative solutions to their customers. My […]

Grey’s Anatomy, HealthIT is more useful that you portray.

Watching Grey’s Anatomy last night, I was once again struck by how they seem to be starting to weave in current healthcare issues and considerations.  For a show that has never seemed to be aware of its surroundings, or the current climate (at least to me) in the past, its seemed a little jarring.  It […]

Understanding the Microsoft BI Portal Capabilities

Business intelligence initiatives are often met with challenges. Getting the right information to the right people is often easier said than done. When implemented successfully, business intelligence solutions drive change; both in the way people work and the business decisions made. For organizations capturing business data electronically, Microsoft provides a set of integrated business intelligence […]