Articles by: PETER O’GORMAN

Getting the Scent of Reporting Services Mobile Reports

SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) to date has focused on paginated printable pixel perfect reports and offers class-leading capabilities for that format.  Reporting Services reports really havn’t changed that much since the beginning, but that’s a strength too, with Reporting Services developers enjoying a current skillset for the last 10+ […]

Read More

Harmonising Report Types with Microsoft Power BI and Reporting Services

Microsoft intends to standardise reporting content types across Microsoft on-premises, cloud and hybrid systems. Microsoft’s reporting path forward focuses on four report types and Performance Point provides a fifth, the cousin that everyone forgot about: Interactive Reports with Power BI Paginated Reports with Reporting Services Visual Studio or Report Builder […]

Read More

Google Data Studio – Orange or Lemon ?

Google’s new Data Studio is in Beta, and available to U.S.A. customers only.   Data Studio forms part of a suite of products bundled under Google Analytics 360 designed to better understand where your Marketing spend is at, either winning or spinning.   In Analytics 360 for example you can […]

Read More

Find Mt Canobolas in Power BI Shape Maps

Mount Canobolas, as pictured bottom of page, is the highest point in New South Wales west of the Great Dividing Range, and within stones throw of one of our good customers, Western New South Wales Health District, Orange offices.  The top of the mountain is now dominated by numerous towers […]

Read More

Is OneDrive a Ripoff ?

Recently I received an email from Microsoft – “Your OneDrive is Full… You’ve run out of space on OneDrive and can no longer add new files or add to existing files.  Your OneDrive files will also no longer stay in sync on your computers”.  Lower your shields and surrender your […]

Read More