The Power BI team is starting a new Power BI series in our blog. Our community is growing, and there is an amazing array of content that we would love to highlight and share with our readers.
That is why every month we will publish a summary of the top five articles about Power BI and Excel BI capabilities, including the product updates we announced.
So here we go. Enjoy!
05/29/14 - What’s New in Power Query
05/21/14 - May updates for Power Map now available
05/19/14 - Power BI Connectivity to SAP BusinessObjects BI Now Generally Available
05/08/14 - Introducing new forecasting capabilities in Power View for Office 365
05/07/14 - New in Power View HTML5 and the Power BI app
05/06/14 - New updates for Power Query
05/02/14 - Scheduled Data Refresh for Power Query
05/11/14 - More Thoughts On The New Power BI Features: Chris Webb puts some meaning on the new Power BI features announced at the PASS BA Conference
05/12/14 - Key PASS Business Analytics Conference Takeaways: Jen Underwood summarizes her most important takeaways from the PASS Business Analytics Conference
05/20/14 - The Corner View: Introducing Power BI: Aptera's Business Intelligence Practice Lead Aaron Crouch introduces Power BI in this in interview
05/26/14 - Differences Between Power BI and SharePoint BI: Melissa Coates highlights the key differences between BI features in Sharepoint and Power BI
05/30/14 - DO NOT copy paste data from browser. Use Power Query: Dr. Nitin Paranjape tells us what not to do when you are getting data from the web, taking advantage of Power Query
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Thanks to our community, we love what you are doing and your excitement so keep at it!
Thanks a lot for this initiative.
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