September 2007 Entries

PerformancePoint Server 2007: how to start.

Dashboards are always more an important piece of every enterprise architectures: relevant business data must be quicky readable in order to understand your business and make decisions. With the release of PerformancePoint Server 2007 Microsoft has made a great step on this direction. Built on the proven business intelligence platform of Microsoft SQL Server 2005, Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007 is an integrated performance management application that helps make it easy for you to: Monitor the performance of your organization. Analyze the results. Plan for the future of the business. PerformancePoint Server 2007 brings...

posted @ Saturday, September 29, 2007 2:44 PM | Feedback (0)

Please show me the interoperability...

I've never had a so long blogging pause in the past, but unfortunately (or fortunately? ) in these days I'm really busy with projects and with tech talks (plus the orrible ADSL problem that is again live!). In these days I've collect many customer feedbacks around the Microsoft Dynamics world (and the new Microsoft platform in general) and the common denominator is this: customers knows that the Microsoft Dynamics platform is extremely powerful and flexible, but they need to have a clear vision of interoperability between products and platforms. The key to make a succesful product demonstration to your...

posted @ Tuesday, September 25, 2007 9:44 AM | Feedback (0)

Return to my office...

Today it's the first working day after my summer holiday. As usual, tons of emails from customers was waiting me, so today was a full day. Unfortunately in these days I'm really angry with my service provider. I've an ADSL connection at home that doesn't work from 4 days and the ISP actually has not solved the problem yet (it's not a problem of my hardware but it's a network problem). I don't know why there are so many non-technical people that works for large ISP in Italy: I can agree that they doesn't cost you too much, but they're...

posted @ Monday, September 03, 2007 5:38 PM | Feedback (0)