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Mobile Malware Incidents Hit 100% of Businesses
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10/16/2019 | 7:42:05 AM
Power BI latest updates
Microsoft Power BI is the trending BI tool in the IT market. The demand for this product has increased day-to-day. Microsoft has released the Power BI latest updates to attract more and more customers in the IT market. Recently, it has released some updates in July. But they did not stop there. So now, they have released the new updates. And today, in this article, I would share the Power BI latest updates.

Today organizations were very curious to drive the business decisions. Moreover, today enterprises need an enterprise business platform to meet sophisticated needs. And These needs range from self-service of power BI to full-enterprise governance.  Additionally,  from paginated reports to full interactive data exploration. And finally from small data-sets to petabytes of data.

Power BI latest updates :

In July, power BI laid the road-map. This helps organizations to modify the modern and traditional Power bi platform. This empowers the business analyst by expanding the self-data preparation. Moreover, Through this, we can analyze the big data.  Since then, they have shipped the number of capabilities that deliver on this road-map. Additionally premium, multi Geo allows customers to address the data residency requirements. Moreover, with trillions of rows of data, aggregations enable the data analysis over the petabytes data sets. Moreover, Power BI home landing  and dashboard commenting make it easier to get the most important content and collaborate across the  enterprises
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2/8/2019 | 12:59:22 AM
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2/8/2019 | 12:57:40 AM
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8/14/2018 | 3:23:42 AM
Re: Healthcare attacks
Every device becomes vulnerable as long as it is connected to the internet. Anything can be done when it comes to malware unless we install an anti-spam software. Nevertheless, the developers of malwares are very smart when it comes to attacking tech gadgets. They would know how to work their way around and could even get past anti-spam and anti-virus softwares. This is rather worrying but as long as we install expensive and trusted softwares, we can rest at ease.
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11/24/2017 | 2:02:07 AM
Re: Healthcare attacks
Thanks for sharing the information on Mobile Malware Incidents hit 100% of businesses
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11/23/2017 | 4:42:46 PM
Re: Healthcare attacks
I'd really like to have an answer too !
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11/23/2017 | 6:33:25 AM
Re: Healthcare attacks
nice one!
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11/21/2017 | 5:59:26 PM
Re: Healthcare attacks
Read about this too. Can't remember where !
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11/19/2017 | 10:38:40 PM
Healthcare attacks
Great information.  Thank you.  I have read recently that healthcare was on the top of the list for attacks.  Can you confirm where that industry places in "bullseye" for malware attacks?


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