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Today, business analytics is largely focused on self-service software and pushing business intelligence capabilities down to the end user. In this three-part handbook, we drill down on the trends and technologies serving to further the scope of SQL Server BI capabilities today.  Access >>>

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  • Microsoft amps up SQL Server BI features
  • Self-service analytics: Look before you leap  
  • Power Map takes SQL Server to the third dimension

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