Leverage the personal productivity capabilities of Power BI Desktop and benefit from an integrated, secure and governed enterprise solution with BI Office Version 6.32. The result is an end-to-end analytics workflow that transforms organizations into data-driven organizations.
Now you can import Power BI Desktop content directly into BI Office, creating an integrated, end-to-end analytics workflow that enables deeper analytics, integrates data sources, and provides enterprise-grade governance and security—without migrating any data to the public cloud.
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The Power BI Desktop report must be saved as a PBIX file on the user’s machine. Once in BI Office, the user can import that PBIX file by selecting the new “Import Power BI File” option found in the Folders utilities dropdown. Once the PBIX file is imported, it is available for inclusion in any BI Office storyboard.
Everyone who creates relevant BI content. Think of the analysis, reports, storyboards, data models, calculations, business rules and other analytics content that you create, and the impact it can have when shared with multiple users across teams and departments across the enterprise.
It will be free of charge for current BI Office Version 6.32 users, regardless of application license. To import Power BI Desktop content into BI Office, you will need a Professional or Analyst license. All license types will be able to view the imported content.
The report is embedded in a BI Office dashboard and users can integrate it with content from other sources. They can also change how the content looks and feels using the familiar Power BI Desktop Property Pane.
Yes, integrating with BI Office allows organizations to keep their data on premise or to use a private cloud. This applies not only to the underlying data, but all views or queries about the data as well.
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