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Azure Analysis Services ready for production!

Microsoft announced today the general availability of Microsoft Azure Analysis Services, the latest addition to their data platform in the cloud. Built on the on-premises analytics engine in SQL Server, Azure Analysis Services provides enterprise-grade data modeling in the cloud. 135 more words


Learn to Protect Yourself From the Inside

Kingdoms have fallen, and wars have been lost because of betrayal. Although we all desire to foster an atmosphere of trust and dependence on one another within our companies, it would be foolish to underestimate the internal risks with reports and employees in this digital age. 570 more words

Hurricane Matthew Data Resources: Quick Snapshot (not inclusive)

Hurricane Matthew delivered a one-two-three punch (wind, storm surge, rain) to the Southeastern States last week.  Some of the facts/statistics on the storm are captured very well in this recent… 1,193 more words


My First Encounter with arcpy.da.UpdateCursor

I have been using arcpy intermittently over the past year and a half mainly for automating and chaining batch processing to save myself countless hours of repetition. 613 more words


Management Reporter – Unit Security

Within this post I would like to present a feature that allows you restricting the access to data included in Management Reporter financial reports. A common business scenario where this feature can be applied are situations where business unit/cost center managers shall only have access to the data of the business unit/cost center they are responsible for. 754 more words

Management Reporter

Human Genomics Data Access & Sharing Workshop

Finding and Accessing Human Genomic Data for Research

Repositive Ltd

Wednesday, 28 September 2016 from 10:00 to 12:00 (BST)

Cambridge, United Kingdom



Researchers rely on acquiring external data to validate, benchmark and supplement research findings. 292 more words


Why Cloud Technology Makes Sense for Nonprofits

It was early afternoon on the Thursday before the 4th of July weekend. I had left the office for a lunch meeting and when I came back something was amiss with my MacBook Pro. 521 more words