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Microsoft mobile business intelligence SQLPass

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  • Ask the audience first.
  • Mobile Business Intelligence and the chocolate cake problem.
  • Question to the audience: Do you agree with this?Howard Dresner Study: 2012How can we make our Business Intelligence efforts a success?Work harder… or work smarter?Source: The 3rd Annual Wisdom of Crowds Business Intelligence Market Study ®Howard Dresner, http://howarddresner.com/
  • Question to the audience: Do you agree with this?Howard Dresner Study: 2012How can we make our Business Intelligence efforts a success?Work harder… or work smarter?Source: The 3rd Annual Wisdom of Crowds Business Intelligence Market Study ®Howard Dresner, http://howarddresner.com/
  • Who will benefit most?What will you mobilise?Here and now? Do the tasks need to be addressed immediately? Small and intangible? Is the information about the tasks easy to digest? Perishable? Does the information lose value if it’s not acted upon right away?
  • Deploying mobile BI in a fast-changing, heterogeneous mobile device market is challenging. The first step is to acknowledge that you will have to support multiple mobile operating systems and run your BI applications on employee-owned devices. How do you secure and support personal devices that contain a mix of corporate and personal applications?What about the fact that they will need to run on different platforms and versions?IT’s job is to job is to maintain a stable, secure, error-free compute environment. Won’t they just hate BI projects more?
  • Question to the Audience: why not just show tables?Property Value Mean of x in each case 9 (exact) Variance of x in each case 11 (exact) Mean of y in each case 7.50 (to 2 decimal places) Variance of y in each case 4.122 or 4.127 (to 3 decimal places) Correlation between x and y in each case 0.816 (to 3 decimal places) Linear regression line in each case (to 2 and 3 decimal places, respectively)TL – normal distributionTR – not distributed normally, not linearBL – linear, outlier exerts an influenceBR – non linear, outlier is enough to produce a high correlation coefficient
  • Significant milestone December 2011 CU “feature pack” for mobile BI http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh697482.aspx
  • Excel mash up.
  • Empowers business users to create, interactive self-service data mash ups from a variety of data sources.PowerPivot can handle tens of millionsof rows with world-class data compression technology
  • Next version is much improved for BI use casesHierarchies / Parent Child dimensionsMultiple table relationshipsRole playing dimensionsDate type table and better Time IntelligenceKPIsDAX server queries and language improvementsRank, Top N, Switch and moreMany to many optimizations via DAXUsability EnhancementsMuch needed relationship diagrams designerDevelopment life-cycle graduation featuresAnalyst > Power User > BI DeveloperRestore Excel PowerPivot to BISM Server ModelPerspectives. With the Advanced Mode’s Perspectives feature, you can add, edit, delete, copy, and view perspectives. Perspectives are metadata layers that track different slices or sets of data. Perspectives are typically defined for a particular user group or business scenario and make it easier to navigate large data sets.Show DetailsDiagram View
  • Summary of what we learned:Highlight and filter dataSort dataBased on Dimensions and MeasuresAutomatically synchronises axisEfficiency - Power View does not get all of the information in one goIf the underlying data isn’t joined together, then the ‘missing’ tables are greyed out.Web client based on a tabular model in SharePoint Server 2010PowerPivot workbook SSAS Tabular modelMotion ChartsThis makes even more of the limited spaceWe can pack more information inData / Ink RatioMotion is a pre-attentive attributeDependent on other items e.g. chartjunk
  • Moire illusion(yes, tables are a type of visualization).
  • Moire illusion(yes, tables are a type of visualization).
  • Graphic, permission of Bruno Aziza ofSiSenseNotes: paradigm shift of users towards data-oriented thinking

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  • 1. Mobile Business IntelligenceApprentice Style!
  • 2. Our Sponsors:
  • 3. What Are Your Professional DevelopmentGoals? I want to take I want to I want to I want to expand the path from upgrade give my my network in the DBA to Data career a business Analytics Guru my skills competitive analytics industry edgeSound familiar? Get a head start and join us today at: www.passbaconference.com #passbacEnjoy $150 off registration: use code CHM2D
  • 4. Upcoming SQL Server events:XXXIII Encontro da Comunidade SQLPortData Evento: 23 Abril 2013 - 18:30Local do Evento: Auditório Microsoft, Parque das Nações, Lisboa18:30 - Abertura e recepção.19:10 - "Analyzing Twitter Data" - Niko Neugebauer (SQL Server MVP, Community Evangelist –PASS)20:15 - Coffee break20:30 - "First Approach to SQL Server Analysis Services" - João Fialho (Consultor BI Independente)21:30 - Sorteio de prémiosXXXIV Encontro da Comunidade SQLPortData Evento: 7 Maio 2013 - 19:00Local do Evento: Porto18:30 - Abertura e recepção.19:00 - «Apresentação para Developers» - para definir20:15 - Coffee break20:30 - «Apresentação para definir» - para definir21:30 - Sorteio de prémios
  • 5. Volunteers: They spend their FREE time to give you this event. (2 months per person) Because they are crazy. Because they want YOU to learn from the BEST IN THE WORLD. If you see a guy with “STAFF” on their back – buy them a beer, they deserve it.
  • 6. Paulo Matos:
  • 7. Paulo Borges:
  • 8. João Fialho:
  • 9. Bruno Basto:
  • 10. Please silencecell phones April 10-12 | Chicago, IL
  • 11. Agenda
  • 12. You‟re Hired! 12
  • 13. You‟re Hired!You‟re the Apprentice! Here is your task?You need to implement mobile business intelligenceOn a budget 13
  • 14. You‟re Hired!You‟re the Apprentice! Here is your task?You need to implement mobile business intelligenceOn a budgetIt needs to be ready yesterday 14
  • 15. Hype is.. Hype is the awkward and desperate attempt to convince journalists that what youve made is worth the misery of having to review it. (Federico Fellini, Italian Film Maker)15
  • 16. Mobile Business IntelligenceData. Your Way. How You Like it.Wherever you are. [Session Code]
  • 17. What % of organizations considers 25% oftheir user base to use BI exclusively viamobile devices, within 2 years? a) 70% B) 50% C) 25% D) 15%
  • 18. What % of organizations considers 25% oftheir user base to use BI exclusively viamobile devices, within 2 years? a) 70% B) 50% C) 25% D) 15%  Source: H Dresner, Updated Mobile BI Market Study, 2011  www.howarddresner.com
  • 19. Hype or Reality?Show me the numbers…Fewer than 10% of people within an organisation have access20% of small organisations report over 80% penetration of mobile Business IntelligencePredictionHalf of organisations will have 20% penetration by 2015 19
  • 20. Where do you start?Divide and ConquerWhich employees will benefit most from mobile BI?Which BI tasks make the most sense in a mobile environment?Is your mobile BI provider capable of supporting these BI tasks? 20
  • 21. Who will benefit most from mobile BI?Type of Mobility Data Heading PriorityUserExecutive Travel to Clients Dashboards, Summary High ReportsMid-Level Travel around KPI, Project Summary, MediumManagement company Reports History, DetailLine Manager Interaction with Dashboards, Summary, High Teams Reports, Actions History, Detail, Real TimeSales Travel to Clients Body text Body text HighField Travel to Sites Reports, Actions Summary, ModerateTechnicians History, Detail, Real Time 21
  • 22. Native or Browser Based?  Native  Browser• Data stored on Device – works offline • Build once, deploy everywhere• Specific to the Device • Eliminate silos since no data is downloaded• Specific to the vendor • Security – nothing is downloaded • Across devices 22
  • 23. Native or Browser Based?  Native  Browser• Data stored on Device – works offline • Build once, deploy everywhere• Specific to the Device • Eliminate silos since no data is downloaded• Specific to the vendor • Security – nothing is downloaded • Across devices The future of Mobile Business Intelligence is heterogeneous and personal! 23
  • 24. Which device?You‟re the Apprentice! Here is your task?Blackberry are fading for both personal and business handset.Microsoft and entering the mobile market with an alliance with Nokia.Apple have a third of market shareGoogle Android have 40% of market share, cheap OS 24
  • 25. Back in the BoardroomMobile Business Intelligence has a number of challengesFast-changing, heterogenous mobile device market is challengingMultiple mobile Operating SystemsYour Business Intelligence application will run on employee- owned devicesSecurity? 25
  • 26. Why Visualise on a mobile?
  • 27. Data Visualisation is about PeoplePreattentive Visual CognitiveProcessing Integration Integration
  • 28. SharePoint BI December 2011 CUfor iPad/iPhone Mobile BIBI ItemsBusiness Intelligence Center sitesDashboards that contain filters and linked itemsExcel Services Reports (include PivotChart, PivotTable reports, named items, and workbooks displayed inPerformancePoint Web Parts or in Excel Web Access Web Parts)PerformancePoint ScorecardsPerformancePoint KPI Details ReportsPerformancePoint Analytic Charts and GridsWeb Page Reports
  • 29. Excel and Excel Services- Access via SharePoint Server- Try SharePoint Online- Try SkyDrive!
  • 30. PowerPivot- Access via SharePoint Server- Try SharePoint Online- Third Party tools - PivotStream
  • 31. Why PowerPivot? Mashups Far better than VLOOKUP High Performance Sophisticated Time Intelligence
  • 32. PerformancePoint KPIS and „Executive‟ Information – at a glance Norton and Kaplan „Balanced Scorecard‟ methodology This is only accessible via SharePoint
  • 33. What did we learn from the demo?
  • 34. Native, Integrated or Azure SSRS onSurface/iPad Test for yourself? What is Azure? SSRS Native Mode
  • 35. The Microsoft Cloud Application Services Software Services Platform Services Infrastructure Services 35
  • 36. SQL Azure is… Simple storage and hosted RDBMS
  • 37. SQL Azure is…
  • 38. SQL Azure is…
  • 39. SQL Azure is…
  • 40. Questions
  • 41. What did we learn from the demo?
  • 42. Tips for Mobile BI Visualisation Set User Expectations Balance in combining graphs Filters Drill downs Tooltips
  • 43. Tips for Mobile BI Visualisation Maps can take time to load Zooming can be problematic e.g. Blackberry Bold Moire Illusion
  • 44. Illusory Effects
  • 45. Illusory Effects
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  • 47. Back in the BoardroomMission AccomplishedMicrosoft can help you to deliver Business Intelligence in a cost effective wayAzure is worth a try! 47
  • 48. Thank you!Diamond Sponsor April 10-12 | Chicago, IL
  • 49. Presenter Name About ...
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  • 54. Obrigado!