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Using Power BI for Digital Storytelling

Posted Nov 13, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

In the data driven business world we need the tools that allow us to better understand our data. Power BI is the best tool out there for your data. And now it’s even better with the new features that have been released over the past few months, offering a great way to extend Power BI and make it a more efficient storytelling tool.

What's Going On in November?

Posted Nov 01, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

We're kicking off the month exhibiting at PASS Summit 2017 in Seattle, WA and hosting our 6th annual SQL Karaoke event, often considered to be the highlight of PASS. You can follow us on our social platforms like Twitter and Facebook to stay updated on daily happenings at this event. 

Check out what else we have coming up this month in our training, software and consulting departments!

What's Going On in October?

Posted Oct 01, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

Fall is finally here! For most, that means football season is back in full swing, the air is starting to feel crisp and cool, and you can find pumpkin-flavored treats everywhere. Here at Pragmatic Works, we are ramping up for a busy month. With multiple bootcamps and PASS Summit 2017, you'll find us traveling all around the country educating tech professionals about our software suite, training offerings and consulting services.

Check out what we have coming up this month!

Getting Started with Azure Machine Learning

Posted Aug 30, 2017 by Bob Rubocki

I recently presented a webinar discussing how to use the Azure Machine Learning Studio to build a predictive model.  In case you missed it, a recording of the webinar, entitled "Getting Started with Azure Machine Learning," is available here. The presentation includes step-by-step demos showing how to create an Azure Machine Learning experiment.

SSIS for Beginners

Posted Aug 16, 2017 by Philip de la Cal

We understand that the world of data can seem daunting, especially when you're a n00b. For those of you that fall in that category, as a Product Engineer, I offer this advice: "All you need is dedication and the foresight to start small and slowly scale up. With this mindset, you'll achieve great things." 

In case you missed yesterday's Intro to SSIS webinar, or would simply like a refresher of some of the main topics covered, I invite you to continue reading this blog post.

Advanced DAX: Problem, Design, Solution

Posted Jun 29, 2017 by Mitchell Pearson

DAX is both a programming and query language that gives you the ability to extend what is possible in either your Power BI or Tabular data models. During last week’s free webinar, our Business Intelligence Consultant Mitchell Pearson walked us through the process of solving complex business problems using the DAX language. 

What is Power BI Premium?

Posted May 31, 2017 by Dustin Ryan

As the Power BI landscape continues to evolve, Microsoft has adapted to these changes with the recent announcement of Power BI Premium. In last week's free webinar, Dustin Ryan, a Data Platform Solutions Architect with Microsoft, discussed the new features and capabilities of Power BI Premium. Additionally, he provided insight as to how these changes might affect existing Power BI users and demonstrated how to use these new capabilities.

Deep Dive into Power BI Data Visualizations

Posted May 26, 2017 by Manuel Quintana

Power BI data visualizations allow users to deliver insights effectively and efficiently through beautiful reports. In his last webinar, our Product Support Engineer Manuel Quintana reviewed some exciting data visualization options within the Power BI Desktop. More importantly, he discussed when it's appropriate to choose each of these visuals in a reporting solution of your own.

Power BI and Data Security - Row Level Security (RLS)

Posted May 12, 2017 by Steve Hughes

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.

Expanding on his widespread knowledge of the topic, Steve has written a series of blog posts to answer specific questions about the service. Previous blog posts in this series cover the following topics: data classification, on-premises data gateway, sharing data, as well as compliance and encryption.

Power BI and Data Security - Data Classification

Posted May 05, 2017 by Steve Hughes

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.

Expanding on his widespread knowledge of the topic, Steve has written a series of blog posts to answer specific questions about the service. His series will cover the following topics: privacy levels, on-premises data gateway, sharing data, as well as compliance and encryption.


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