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Magenic Business Intelligence Webinar Video Recordings

Posted by denglishbi on January 17, 2009

Back in September Aaron Lowe and I re-did our “Make Better Decisions with Your Data” presentation and in October we did a webinar titled “Driving BI with SQL Server 2008”.  Just wanted to let everyone know that these recording are available on the Magenic site for viewing.

Driving Business Intelligence with SQL Server 2008 (10/15/08 Webinar)

BI Discussion: How to Make Better Decisions with your Data (9/16/08 Webinar)

Make Better Decisions with Your Data (6/24/08) (our original presentation)

You can view all of the recorded Magenic webinars on the Presentations portion of the website.  You can check out the upcoming Magenic webinars on the News & Events page and there is a spot to sign up for the newsletter tooHot  If for some reason you have any issues with the recording links above you can try doing a right-click and choose the ‘save target as’ option to get the wmv file.

If you want to grab a copy of the presentation to review or reference I have them all available on my SkyDrive for viewing here in the Webinars folder.

Feel free to leave me feedback on the webinars and if you have any questions about the content leave a comment here or send me a message.

Other areas to check out for Microsoft content to download are the Microsoft Download Center and also the Microsoft Research Downloads area.  Lots of free programs and content to check out.  EnjoySmileOpen-mouthed

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