Tag: Office 365
The ability for Cortex to help facilitate the transformation of data to knowledge, however rudimentary in this first step, is the innovation we have needed for nearly 70 years.
This post addresses a common scenario where a business unit may have multiple copies of the same Excel file that they need to aggregate into a consolidated data set for reporting.
Learn how to work with SharePoint Multi-value columns in Power BI!
Many organizations who use Office 365 use SharePoint lists to keep track of data. It can be any number of items. We’ve seen process information, project tasks, inventory, and more being managed in Power BI. Power BI provides a SharePoint list connector that connects to the SharePoint OData connector. Theoretically, it should make the connection […]
Learn how to add needed context to your business intelligence content easily using Microsoft Power BI and Microsoft Sway. The results will amaze you.
Business Intelligence enables you to engage in richer conversations with your leadership about your business’ performance. Facilitating these conversations is key to your success.
In an earlier post, I wrote about how to mine the OCR data from Office 365 document folders using Power BI. During the research for that post I discovered that the photo EXIF data is also available for analysis from Office 365. I’ll show you how to get to it in this post. What is […]
I’m so excited to see Optical Character Recognition (OCR) working natively now in Office 365! I got my start in government where we scanned a lot of documents. There was a lot of data locked away in those images but no easy way to mine it. OCR was explored as a possible solution, but it […]
This Office 365 work management presentation on tool alternatives was given at SharePoint Saturday in Denver. Topics covered include Office 365 Groups, Project Pro and SharePoint Task List integration as well as Project Online. If you require help with your Work Management needs, we have consultants available to assist. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t you hate it when you can’t read the field descriptions on your SharePoint list columns? It’s helpful to explain the values to your users but it’s usually hard to read. Try this Thursday’s Tech Tip to make your descriptions more readable. Video Notes This technique does not work with Project Server Project Detail […]