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Power BI – 15 Ways to Share Data

Power BI is free of charge to use. Anyone can download the Power BI Desktop application from the Microsoft Store, import and mashup data from various sources and create beautiful visualisations of business metrics.There comes the point, however, when you wish to share this content with your..

Power BI Licensing & Deployment Options

Licensing is confusing at the best of times, but even more so when the product is constantly in flux, improving and evolving. Coeo has recently been delivering more and more training on Power BI and common questions we get from delegates revolve around licensing and deployment options and..

SQL Saturday Cambridge 2017

The latest SQL and SharePoint Saturday Cambridge took place on 9th September 2017, organised by Mark Broadbent. It was a huge success with a good turnout of very engaged delegates and interesting and entertaining speakers in a great venue. We were delighted to support the event as a sponsor and I..

Power BI April 2017 Update: End of the Road for DAX Developers?

April 2017 brought an enticing update to Power BI with the release of Quick Measures.

Data Modelling with Power BI

So it has been a while since the GA release of PowerBI.com and Power BI Desktop Edition (for those that remember ProClarity and Panorama Desktop tools this choice of name still makes me giggle!) and I thought it about time I put the modelling capabilities of Power BI Desktop to the test. I am a..