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January 28, 2015 | Azure, Infrastructure, System Center

Disable Importing of Operational Insights Alerts into Operations Manager

If you are familiar with Azure Operational Insights (OpInsights), and have seen it in action, then you no doubt acknowledge that the presented configuration and usage data for your environment is rather useful and quite insightful (pun intended). One other […]

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PowerBI Pricing: How’s Free?

Microsoft just announced the pricing on PowerBI, which is now leaving preview and going into a production state.  The big news was, PowerBI is now “free”.  That’s shocking, as the base cost was initially $20.00 per any user in the […]

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January 27, 2015 | Business Intelligence

Using Power Query M Language for Scraping Any Website Data

Power Query operates at the back end using a special language called as M language. Website scraping can be very easy using the Power Query M language. Once you understand “M” language, working with Power Query will be much more […]

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January 23, 2015 | News

Concurrency University Graduates First Class, to be Featured at 2015 Microsoft Convergence Conference

Milwaukee, WI — January 23, 2015 — Concurrency’s innovative program for young professionals, Concurrency University, has graduated its first class and is gaining recognition in the industry. Kate Weiland, Director of Human Capital Management, and Heather LaPorte, Resource Manager and […]

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January 22, 2015 | Dynamics CRM, Office 365

Filter Dynamics CRM Lookup Values with Javascript

Dynamcis CRM added some new features in 2013 realted to filtering lookups which have been covered by others in the past, however, in the event you want to filter a lookup value based on another lookup, rather than a string value, […]

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January 20, 2015 | Business Intelligence

Sentiment Analysis using Power BI

Sentiment analytics can now be performed using Power Query and Azure Marketplace. In this blog, I am going to walk you through a very simple process of creating a function that can give you a sentiment score for a text. […]

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