Upcoming Presentations

I am looking forward to present next week in Kansas City, MO. I will be presenting on SharePoint 2010: Insights and BI. Here is where you can find me:

Heartland Users Group: SharePoint
Tuesday, December 8 at 7:00 p.m.

SharePoint Saturday Kansas City
Saturday, December 12

Presentation Synopsis: In this 200 level session, we will explore the Insights portion of the SharePoint 2010 arsenal. You will see a quick overview to answer the questions “What is business intelligence?” and “Why use BI?” for those new to this technology. You will explore each aspect of the Microsoft Business Intelligence strategy providing a definition of the components, what’s new for SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010, and see demos of the components. You will understand how all the components fit together in the architecture and understand the use cases for the technology. We will be reviewing the following components: Excel, PowerPivot (Gemini), Excel Services, Visio Services, PerformancePoint Services, Reporting Services, Report Builder, Integration Services, and Analysis Services.

About J.D. Wade

Lead Technical Cloud Architect, husband, active in community theatre, love watching movies, have been described as “quirky”, aka “KB Man”
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1 Response to Upcoming Presentations

  1. Monty B says:

    Hi nice reading youur blog

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