Category Archives: SharePoint

SharePoint dependencies

Microsoft has made a big push the last few years to have all its end-user BI tools integrate with SharePoint, which is great if your company is using SharePoint.  Not so great if your company is not using SharePoint or … Continue reading

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SQL Server 2012: Installing on a Virtual Machine

Now that SQL Server 2012 RTM is out, I have an update to my blog post SQL Server 2012 (“Denali”): Installing on a Virtual Machine, which was for CTP3.  Here is the version for the RTM: The steps below are what … Continue reading

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Microsoft SharePoint Online

Microsoft SharePoint Online is a cloud-based service that is part of the recently released Microsoft Office 365.  For those of us who have installed SharePoint and maintained it, we know there is a lot of cost and overhead.  Setting it all … Continue reading

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PerformancePoint 2010 source control

While there is no way to use a source control system such as Team Foundation Server (TFS) or Subversion with PerformancePoint 2010, all is not lost.  You can use the version control in SharePoint as your source control since all PerformancePoint … Continue reading

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