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Power View in Excel, SharePoint 2013 and SQL Server Reporting Services

This is another quick post to outline what Power View is and options for using in Excel and/or SharePoint, specifically with 2013 Microsoft technology stack. Though the information presented in this post is available on various Microsoft web pages, I’ve

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SharePoint Server 2013 Preview Played, Learnt and Enjoyed

I was fortunate to have some time available which was spent evaluating and reading what SharePoint 2013 has to offer. Below is the list of areas that I got involved with over the past few months and which are notably

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Ready Steady SharePoint

At the start of a new year, new beginnings are to be expected. My own is a big step, not just “cycle more” or “give up chocolate.” This year, after ten happy and successful years at The Salvation Army UK

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Received Microsoft Community Contributor 2011 Award

This morning, I was surprised and delighted to receive an email for being awarded Microsoft Community Contributor 2011 Award from Microsoft in recognition of my online community contributions! My contributions have largely been in the areas of SharePoint Products and

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Data Everywhere: SharePoint List or SQL Server

I came across questions in few forums asking what is the best source of storing data; SharePoint list or SQL Server. But you may think there are other options such as excel, access, etc. Typically end users creating SharePoint lists and

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