How to define a Smart City

Monday, January 6, 2014

In the past few months, we've been hearing in the BI team about Smart Cities. We can define a Smart City (according to Wikipedia) as efficiency based on the intelligent management and integrated ICTs (information and communication technology), and active citizen participation. The term was initially presented to us through a company offering us a POC of a dashboard in SharePoint. They talked with us on what another city in Israel had monitored and talked with us on what was being done, in a very larger scale in New York: New York Open Data, APIs and Digital Roadmap NYC Mayor’s Management Report NYC...
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MOC 50429 SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence

Monday, August 27, 2012

I've decided to make a post to round up all the learning days of MOC 50429 SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence. Hope this somehow helps you reach all the data: SharePoint 2010 BI Center and Excel Services SharePoint 2010 PerformancePoint Dashboard SharePoint 2010 Designer SharePoint 2010 and BI: PowerPivot and Entity Profile Page Access and Visio Services and Spatial Data in SharePoint 2010 Reporting Services and JavaScript in SharePoint 2010   I would also like include for all us beginners videoes with basic steps on all the services you have for BI in SharePoint 2010.

SharePoint 2010 PerformancePoint Dashboard

Monday, May 21, 2012

I have recently finished MOC 50429 SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence with Lior Cohen Amikam which I found very enlightening. I thought I’d share with you some of the excerpts from my summaries throughout the course. It’s a mix of ideas of what to do with SharePoint BI abilities and a short description of what they are. This is the second post in a series of posts that I am making from the material of the course.   PerformancePoint PerformancePoint Dashboard Designer is the place where we connect the different parts of the dashboard one to another. We build the different reports, (scorecard, filter), and...

SiSense Prism

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

I was recently approached by SiSense to have a look at their product SiSense Prism. The product gives you a solution for "Dashboards, Reports, Guided Analytics, Business Presentations and everything in between", as SiSense would put it, and I dare say the definition is quite correct.  The tool enables you to build a dashboard really within minutes the application is quite simple to get used to. Even if you do get lost along the way, there is also a collection of shorts videos to guide you through. The products dashboard and reports are based on widgets. The data sources to...