What’s new in SQL Server 2012 for SharePoint

(Last Updated On: April 12, 2012)

Topic: What’s new in SQL Server 2012 for SharePoint
Abstract:SQL Server 2012 brings a wealth of new features to the core database used by SharePoint. However, it also brings a number of exciting new Business Intelligence features right to your SharePoint users.
This session will walk through a number of the new features that have a direct impact on SharePoint administrators, designers and end users, with in depth demonstrations of how to configure and use them. These features include significant architectural changes to Reporting services, the new BISM or tabular engine for Analysis Services and PowerPivot, and the new end user focused reporting tool, PowerView.
Schedule:6:00pm – Pizza and social6:30pm – Introductions and Q&A7:00pm – Feature Presentation8:30pm – Prizes and closing

What’s new in SQL Server 2012 for SharePoint

Wednesday, Apr 18, 2012, 6:00 PM

KPMG
333 Bay Street, Suite 4600 Toronto, ON

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Featured Speaker: John P WhiteTopic: What’s new in SQL Server 2012 for SharePointAbstract:SQL Server 2012 brings a wealth of new features to the core database used by SharePoint. However, it also brings a number of exciting new Business Intelligence features right to your SharePoint users.This session will walk through a number of the new feat…

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