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  • Blog Post: Best practices for migrating Planning Server data

    The importance of including test, development, and production environments in your PerformancePoint Planning Server operation cannot be overstated. This system allows you to build in the development environment, test your changes in the test environment, and then perform real world work in the production...
  • Blog Post: BI to the Masses = Reduced TCO + Enhanced Capabilities

    What does Microsoft’s recent announcement of its desire to bring “BI to the masses” mean to your organization? Our BI offering will now include Office SharePoint Server and several new services. PerformancePoint Services is perhaps the largest offering and Excel Services, Access Services and Visio Services...
  • Blog Post: PerformancePoint Server Installation – Roles and Permissions

    Many large and mid-size organizations have IT teams that install and maintain the network servers. Typically, administrator privileges are reserved for members of the IT team and are not granted to end users. Consequently, if a member of say, the Finance team needed to install PerformancePoint Server...
  • Blog Post: Planning Administration Console and Web.config

    The Planning Server Administration Console provides a number of useful controls and settings that administrators can use to setup and maintain their organization’s applications, model sites, system settings and data connections. However there are a number of settings that are not accessible via the Administration...
  • Blog Post: A code based solution to creating a comprehensive audit view of submissions in Planner Server

    Happy New Year! Whether it be for year-end review or on a regular basis, you may have the need to perform analysis on all submissions made in Planning Server. It's possible that many users are editing the same area or slice of data. Your analysis may include zeroing in on which user submitted the...
  • Blog Post: Use Virtual Earth with PerformancePoint Server to combine and analyze information

    Check out this video that demonstrates how combining Microsoft Virtual Earth with PerformancePoint Server 2007 can achieve a truly integrated scorecard. This video demonstrates how a public health department can improve its capacity to analyze data from seemingly unrelated data sources and quickly identify...
  • Blog Post: Take advantage of Project Server 2007 with PerformancePoint Server 2007 Monitoring and Analytics

    “How to Leverage Project Server 2007 with PPS 2007 Monitoring and Analytics,” is a new white paper just published by Microsoft that demonstrates how anyone running both Office Project Server 2007 and Office PerformancePoint Server 2007 can use the two BI applications together to improve their organization...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007 Service Pack 3 is now available

    Microsoft released PerformancePoint Service Pack 3 on November 15, 2009. You can read more about PerformancePoint Server 2007 Service Pack 3 here on Microsoft Office Online. Go to the Microsoft download site to get Service Pack 3: · 64-bit version (x64): http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...
  • Blog Post: Configuring Kerberos Security with PerformancePoint Monitoring Server 2007

    Hal here with a quick update. We have received some feedback that configuring Kerberos security with PerformancePoint Monitoring Server can sometimes be difficult. My colleague and teammate Mike Plumley has created a 20- minute step-by-step video that explains in detail how to configure Kerberos security...
  • Blog Post: Download PerformancePoint documentation from TechNet

    As you know, we make available some of the content from the PerformancePoint Server 2007 technical library (published on http://www.TechNet.com )in a downloadable and printable form as Microsoft Office Word files. The content in these books is a copy of selected content in the PerformancePoint Server...