How to Make Power BI Work for You

By | Database Technology Trends, SQL Server
If you’re searching for software that will enhance your analytics process while making it simpler and more flexible, Power BI is worth looking at. It provides tools that the non-technical users on your team can use to perform analytics with minimal help from the IT team. You can create intuitive models, data visualizations, and dashboards and share them with whoever you want. What is Power BI? –Power BI is a cloud-based analytics software service consisting of a combination of tools (i.e., visualization, self-service data analysis, etc.) that allows users to connect to multiple data sources—no matter where the data resides— and create customized, coherent insights. It’s not exactly new since many of its components were in the market prior to its 2015 release. For instance, Microsoft released Power Pivot as an Excel add-on in 2010. This tool alone is a game changer as it gives analysts the tools to import large volumes of data, create relationships between the data, and perform powerful analysis using PivotTables and Pivot Charts. Using Power BI, you can further manipulate these datasets to perform more complex analyses. Utilize All Components of Power BI – Power BI consists of many components. Users find some more useful (more…)
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2018 Trends for Database and Data Management – Six Months Later (Trend 1)

By | Database Technology Trends
Enterprise database platforms are expected to expand beyond traditional relational database models to include non-relational alternative models   Read about Trend 2 Six months in, it seems quaint now to say that the world of non-relational data has exploded. Customers now expect general purpose database platforms will support a whole new level of workloads and functions. This is driven in part by the emergence of the non-relational technologies of NoSQL and Hadoop and the creative force to extract new value from data. The new standard is the ability to use multiple data types, video, graph and spatial capabilities, in addition to data virtualization and data virtualization support. Real time data analysis is now the norm and no longer the exception. Six months in, is it safe to say we are at the acceptance level of this trend but implementation and vision remains another matter?  Want to find out more about how your company can leverage the power of non-relational data and your database platform?   Join Dobler Consulting and Anthony Antonello, VP, SAP HANA Global Center of Excellence, for a Live Webinar June 19th, 2018 @ 2:00 PM EDT for: SAP Sybase Roadmap 2018 View Video Replay and Download Presentation (more…)

3 Reasons to Consider Oracle EPM Cloud

By | Oracle
As a business leader, it’s up to you to make some big decisions about your data and processes. It can be tricky to figure out which platform is right for your company. There are no clear answers, except to find out what’s right for you. If your current system has room for improvement, you may want to consider Oracle’s EPM Cloud. The comprehensive data solution streamlines your business processes, providing innovation, flexibility and state-of-the-art security. Innovation In a recent survey conducted by Oracle, 81% of finance leaders reported their top-rated benefit of using Oracle’s EPM Cloud was consistent access to innovative technology. With Oracle’s EPM Cloud you are always at the front of new innovations and technology. Most groundbreaking tech is being released on the cloud, and it pays to take advantage of the platform. Cutting-edge analytics, like Machine Learning and AI, can analyze your data and detect patterns that human eyes would never catch. With this advanced analysis you can make more strategic decisions. Always up-to-date technology also means more options for automation. This saves you time and money and reduces the likelihood of errors. This newfound time can be better spent in strategy than in rote tasks. Flexibility (more…)

Preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

By | Security
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes fully effective tomorrow. The time is finally upon us. If that makes you nervous, relax, we’ve got your back. I’m sure you’ve been thinking a lot about these regulations recently, doing whatever you can to prepare. So have we. Our team is very familiar with the legislation. We have been working tirelessly to ensure that all our services are in compliance. Any third parties have been thoroughly vetted, and our security experts are prepared to review your situation. Here is a quick overview of the important points of the GDPR and how our services fit in. General Data Protection Regulation The GDPR is a new set of regulations by the European Union (EU) that will come into effect on May 25th.  Personal data is spreading at an unprecedented rate today. With the GDPR, the EU plans to get in front of the information sprawl to protect personal privacy. The new legislation will unify the practices and penalties of member states. This means both businesses and individuals know what to expect regarding privacy laws no matter where they are interacting. All EU citizens will be under its protection. If you are not actively doing (more…)

New Referral Program

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First of all I wanted to thank you for your continued support.

I know your busy and I will keep this brief. Dobler Consulting depends on word-by-mouth advertising and personal contacts. For the past several years we connected through our social network. Now it is our pleasure to actually reward you. We are offering $500 for every successful referral of our business services. You know, the type of business transactions that we can actual write an invoice for. Read More

Tampa Bay International Sybase User’s Group Chapter Enhances Member Benefits

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[lead] Peter Dobler, of Dobler Consulting, www.doblerconsulting.com, is spearheading the Tampa Bay International Sybase Users Group with monthly meetings to share best practices for becoming more effective Sybase DBA’s, database designers, and software engineers. [/lead] Dobler plans to strengthen the group by creating regular, on-going meetings to exchange ideas with like-minded database professionals, and promote Sybase technology information sharing. Because of SAP’s current position with Sybase, new interest in Sybase technology is gaining a large foothold with companies world-wide. Sybase User Groups are connecting members to share best practices, new technologies, performance topics, valuable content, and fresh ideas through ISUG meetings. Dobler says:”It’s been several years since a Sybase User Group meeting has been held in Tampa. Now is the time to restart this event, and rally the Sybase community in Tampa.” Dobler’s main focus is to keep members abreast of the latest goings-on in the technology arena. He is dedicated to help database professionals achieve their goals, and improve their company’s Sybase systems by brainstorming about Sybase technology. Dobler’s goal is to provide added benefits to members:”Every attempt will be made to have renowned speakers, and attractive topics to draw diverse attendees. Although the main focus is on current (more…)