How to Capitalize on Power BI's Latest Features

About the Webinar

Looking to stay on top of Power BI and data trends?

Marcus Radue continues his popular monthly webinar series and will take you through the new features in Power BI desktop’s most recent release and why they matter. 

He is also giving a special demo on the importance of using a dimensional model in Power BI

When building a Power BI dataset, it is important to understand how the Power BI engine compresses and stores data. Understanding how to create a dimensional data model is key in optimizing the performance of your Power BI dataset. A data model that is not dimensionally modeled may lead to decreased performance and unforeseen consequences in your Power BI report, especially with larger datasets.

Stick around afterward for a Q&A where we will answer any questions you have about Power BI.

Webinar Agenda:

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Tuesday, January 26th, 12 - 1 PM CST

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How can IT leaders present the best plan that will ensure maximum protection while minimizing costs?

Our Cloud Infrastructure Engineer will reveal many ways the cloud can fit into your business continuity plain.

Plus: get access to all previous sessions

  • New Power BI Desktop features summary
  • New Power BI Desktop features demo
  • Current data trend insights
  • Demo: The Importance of Using a Dimension Model in Power BI
  • Power BI Community Resources
  • Q & A
Save Your Spot

Looking to stay on top of Power BI and data trends?

Marcus Radue continues his popular monthly webinar series and will take you through the new features in Power BI desktop’s most recent release and why they matter. 

He is also giving a special demo on the importance of using a dimensional model in Power BI

When building a Power BI dataset, it is important to understand how the Power BI engine compresses and stores data. Understanding how to create a dimensional data model is key in optimizing the performance of your Power BI dataset. A data model that is not dimensionally modeled may lead to decreased performance and unforeseen consequences in your Power BI report, especially with larger datasets.

Stick around afterward for a Q&A where we will answer any questions you have about Power BI.

About the free webinar

Tuesday, January 26th, 12 PM - 1 PM CST

How to Capitalize on
Power BI's Latest
Features

Save Your Spot

Marcus Radue
Data Analytics Engineer
Data Analytics & Data Platform Team

Presented by:

Marcus Radue 
Data Analytics Engineer 
Data Analytics & Data Platform Team 

Tuesday, January 26th,
12 PM - 1 PM CST

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