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So you've built yourself a snazzy report, and minutely layed out the tiles in a dashboard? Excellent! Obviously you want all the right people in your organization to gaze upon the wonder of your creation, so you share the report. What is going to happen when you make some changes, so the report is even more fantastic? What kind of interactions do you require from your end users to stay up-to-date? Are you really prepared to manually share to 20+ people? Sharing reports is cool, but we want it to be as little time consuming for everyone involved as we possibly can.
In this session, we'll take a stroll through some different sharing mechanisms for Power BI Reports and Dashboards and how you can make them accessible for your end users. Using these different mechanisms, we'll lay out a viable way of creating a decent application life cycle for your reports.
Benni is an Enterprise Data Architect, with a sole focus on the Microsoft Data & AI Platform. Aspiring to be top notch in his field, through continuous personal development, on both technical and soft skills. He strives for maximum results in his projects using team play, communication, thinking outside of the box, and (endless) motivation. Benni is always ready to tackle the unknown, or pick up fresh ideas to broaden his range. Building on past experiences, he continuously tries to find new, more efficient ways of obtaining results, and improving the process along the way.
Loving (almost) every day of it, he’s fascinated by the value of data, sometimes flabbergasted by the lack of awareness, and intrigued by the endless possibilities whilst discovering new ways of looking at data. He thrives on unfolding new insights for customers whilst using an open and transparent communication.
On a daily basis he turns (large amounts) of coffee into insights for customers, and references witty British comedy, lame dad jokes, and obscure facts way too often. Overly enthusiastic about anything data related, he’s trying hard to keep up with all things new and shiny.
When not working, blogging or reading, you’ll likely find him out and about being his weird self. Rumour has it that he’s also involved with a ragtag band of data enthusiasts, enjoying themselves whilst organising cool community things.
They go by the name of .. dataMinds!