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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 provides back end services and a rich web front end to support a powerful suite of business intelligence functionality. Tools like SQL Server Reporting Services, Excel Services, KPI’s, scorecards and more are baked right into SharePoint to help you surface rich data for your users. However, getting the SharePoint services up and running to support this can be a challenge. Come to this session to get a tour of the SharePoint BI stack and what it takes to get each tool configured for your developers and power users to start driving data out to the business. Special attention will be given to authentication options for each tool.
Greg Moser has been working with SharePoint and many other development technologies for over 13 years. Greg has specifically enjoyed working with SharePoint since 2003, and has helped many organizations in various industries and sectors with their SharePoint planning and implementation projects. Three random facts about Greg (two true and one false):
Greg was a starting forward on a Class A Minnesota State High School basketball champion (many moons ago).
At age 27, Greg did a one year trip around the world covering four continents and 13 countries.
Before getting into technology, Greg spent two years working as a stage hand on an off Broadway production of “Cats”.
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