In today’s competitive business environment, data is an integral piece in establishing trends and correlations that can be used to transform Business Intelligence into Business Action. But efforts to effectively gather, analyze and act upon these insights have historically taken a great deal of time, personnel resources and money. In fact, according to Forrester, 80% of business intelligence efforts are spent on integrating business data with a platform of choice, yet 70% of the data produced in those efforts lack value or are completely irrelevant. That is hundreds of thousands of dollars and many months of work put in on something that ultimately doesn’t accomplish anything for the business!
Microsoft Power BI eliminates the guesswork, wasted time and energy in data integration and analysis. This user-friendly platform is designed to integrate business data from various sources and transform it into visualizations…
For all of you out there who have had challenges with embedding your Power View dashboards into your public-facing websites, here is the fruits of my labors attempting to and finally achieving success in doing just that. There’s no new revelations here, consider this to be more of a compendium of all the important information that’s out there on this subject.
Making your Power View Report Available to the Public
This was one of the biggest challenges I encountered. While there are many examples of how to create a guest link, all the resources I found did not give the full picture of what you need to do to make this possible.