I went to see Lady Gaga in concert last week and it was quite a show. Non-stop energy, entertainment, excitement and some pretty amazing costumes. Gaga also likes to talk between songs and she spoke a lot about community. She shared how her community had helped her through some hard times and encouraged everyone to always stick together as a community and help each other out. READ MORE
InfoSol will be a Diamond Sponsor at this year’s SABOC hosted by ASUG in Fort Worth, TX Sept. 22-24 and will be participating in many of the key features of the event: Hands-On Training, Education Sessions, and the Developer Wars.
Make sure to visit the InfoSol team at Booth #200, we will be raffling off an Ipad Air! READ MORE
Having antivirus software is great to maintain the immunity of a system, but in certain cases these AV softwares can start to over work themselves and it can really take a toll on the machine and can also affect the overall performance of Business Objects. In this tech tip Minith Patel gives you some tips that can help improve your system’s performance. READ MORE
Interested in becoming a part of the BusinessObjects family? You can do so by attending free, user group meetings that focus on BusinessObjects (BOUG) and minimize marketing and sales pitches. InfoSol and CTTS will be on the road throughout September and October hosting a series of these user group meetings around the country, so make sure to find out if they are coming to a city near you by clicking the link below. READ MORE
Looking for training for BusinessObjects, Yellowfin BI, or InfoBurst without the hassle of traveling to receive it? InfoSol has you covered with our virtual training offerings! (On-site training is also available upon request)
Paul’s Tech Term of the Month
Business Intelligence – Analyzing business data to see what happened, what is happening and what could happen. Then, interpreting the results and using the information to make more informed business decisions. These may be good or bad decisions depending upon the quality and accuracy of the data, the analysis, the interpretation and the person making the decision. (And you thought all you needed was a BI tool!)