Rahim Zulfiqar Ali
The Future of Microsoft Excel & Business Intelligence (BI)
With over 750 million users worldwide, Microsoft Excel is the traditional tool of choice for presenting and analyzing data. Excel continues to be the #1 platform when it comes to analyzing database, finding information, preparing charts and presenting them to decision makers. In that sense, Microsoft Excel plays a very important role in every organization. With Excel 2016, Microsoft announced some forward thinking built in Business Intelligence (BI) features that could make it the new BI tool of choice as well.
Millions of people and businesses rely on excel every day to keep their businesses running. No matter how many big & expensive software’s your organizations have, no matter how many dollars have been spent on them, the reality is that majority of that data is exported through excel to make decisions for analysis. It is really an exciting time for excel users. The new tools like PowerPivot, Power Query, Power Map & Power View give new dimensions to the excel users to move ahead in Business Intelligence.
Dr. Arif Pyarali
5 Simple Super Ways Towards Super Productivity
In this tech chaos arena of the 21 century, prioritizing and managing your work becomes a huge hassle which is very critical for your own productivity and can have disastrous results on your work life harmony if not balanced and managed in the right manner.
You have 2 options; either you work harder and invest more hours of your day to cope up with the loss of productivity or you work smarter and prioritize work accordingly. I will prefer the latter one.
"The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice." — Brian Herbert
Learning is a lifelong process which might be being difficult but is extremely necessary for the existence of an individual. Learning is what keeps you updated, it allows you to explore the world and beyond. It can be perfectly described as a medium, motivation, passion, skill, or drive.
Learning largely depends on the desire of an individual. If a person is keen enough to learn something new, nothing in the world can stop him from doing so. On the other hand, if a person feels lousy in acquiring knowledge, making him learn will prove to be worthless. Hence, to learn or not to learn is completely in the hands of one's desire. The best we can do is to make the learning experience as attractive as possible.