Video - PowerPivot for Excel/SharePoint 2010 - Interview with T.K. Anand

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MSDN Video - Introduction SQL Server 2008 R2: PowerPivot for Excel/SharePoint 2010

The barbarians are at the gate! Information Workers want great analytical tools to work with their data and they want them now! While you can build sophisticated reporting and analytics solutions with SQL Server Analysis Services and SQL Server Reporting Services, you might not be able to build them fast enough to satisfy some of those data hungry users out there. Wouldn't it be great if they could create their own solutions in the world's most popular analytics tool, Microsoft Excel? That's where PowerPivot for Excel 2010 comes in, a free add-in from the Analysis Services team that enables information workers to analyze huge amounts of data from multiple sources with lightning fast speed. But what happens when they want to email around that huge 23 MB spreadsheet? Just point them to PowerPivot Server for SharePoint 2010 where they can publish their PowerPivot workbook so that other people can visualize the data with SharePoint 2010 Excel Services. Presenters: Roger Doherty, Sr. Technical Evangelist, DPE; T.K. Anand, Principal Group Program Manager, SQL Server Analysis Services.

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