More PowerBI Desktop Mapping for the Unconnected

After working through some of the options for mapping data in Power BI Desktop when you don’t have an internet connection, I wanted to do some more with the Synoptic Panel, in particular to see how best to make my own images and use them in Power BI. It mostly turned out as I wanted to…

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Mapping in Power BI Desktop for the “Disconnected”: What options do you have?

Map Examples in Power BI for the disconnected Mapping in Power BI and Power BI Desktop is one of the features that gets you the “WOW!” response. Sometimes it really is nothing more than providing some great visual context to well-known data, but I find that when folks get to see a map and then…

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FIPS and Visual Studio 2015

  I have been working with customers who enable FIPS for awhile now, and as with my previous post on Power BI Desktop, this setting sometimes crops up in unexpected ways. My colleague, Sam Lester and I ran into another FIPS-related issue recently, this time with Visual Studio 2015. Sam’s done a great job to explain…

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SSRS Tech Preview with Power BI displayed in the browser

I’m a little late catching up on a great development in the Power BI/SSRS story, but this month a new Tech Preview was released which allows you to display your Power BI files in the browser: Getting started with the Technical Preview of Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services As you’ll see from…

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