As more enterprises adopt Power BI into their BI environment, questions still remain about data security. In his last webinar, our Business Intelligence Architect Steve Hughes discussed data security and compliance within the Power BI platform including data classification, privacy levels and other settings that help manage security.
Pragmatic Works new course, Data Modeling, is designed for individuals who are in the process of designing new databases, particularly transactional databases and data warehouse systems. This course is taught by one of our experts on data modeling, Mitchell Pearson. Here, Mitchell answers a few questions about the course:
As Power BI becomes more prevalent in data analytics and visualization within the enterprise, data security becomes a significant concern. Companies who have made the leap to cloud technologies such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, Salesforce and Microsoft Office 365 should have an understanding of the data compliance and security capabilities of those solutions.
Data platform migration can be a big, scary project for organizations, but at Pragmatic Works we have an incredible reputation of success through our years of experience with data platform and BI work. To make the most of your data migration initiative and make sure it’s successful, there are a few factors you need to focus on.
In this module you will learn how to use the Network Navigator Power BI Custom Visual. The Network Navigator is most useful when you are trying to find links between different attributes in a dataset. It does this by visualizing each attribute as a node and the strength of activity between those nodes can be represented in multiple ways.