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Expert SharePoint 2010 Practices by Steve Wright, Karthick Sethunarayanan, Ed Richard, Barry Ralston, Razi bin Rais, Doug Ortiz, Mark Orange, Tahir Naveed, Ed Musters, David Milner, Matthew McDermott, Cory Loriot, Joerg Krause, Ed Hild, Brian Farnhill, Matt Eddinger, Darrin Bishop, Dan Bakmand-Mikalski, Sahil Malik

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C H A P T E R  13

Business Intelligence

This chapter will look into how Business Intelligence is integrated into the SharePoint 2010 platform, starting with an overview of the basics of Business Intelligence, introducing the new additions made available to Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2010, exploring how to optimize your Business Intelligence Resources to get the most out of them, followed by Web Parts and the enhancements that are readily available for your use. This chapter will also review the new features in Excel Services, talk about planning PerformancePoint Services, and culminate with assessing which Reporting Services type of mode is suitable for your needs.

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