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To ensure that data in Power BI reports do not fall into the wrong hands, it is possible to apply Row-Level Security (RLS) to any report within a workspace. RLS in Power BI ensures that for each recipient of the report a difference can be made in what data they can see. It is important that the setup is done accurately and that the members of a workspace are assigned the right role to prevent them from seeing too much information, for example. This RLS layout of the online workspaces in Power BI has changed in the last few months. In this blog, we explain what to pay attention to when setting up a new workspace and setting up the renewed RLS in Power BI.
Power BI and Tableau are both leading data visualization solutions. Comparing the two options can be a daunting task. There is a lot of marketing noise from parties that sell or work with just one of the two solutions. This will not help you.
Keeping your skills up to date is crucial when you work with the newest technology. At Rockfeather, we challenge each other to be the best version of yourself. That’s why I attended the mastering DAX course. DAX (Data Analysis Expressions) is a formula expression language. Next to Power BI, DAX is applied in Excel Power Pivot and tabular models in SQL Server. Learn it once, use it tomorrow.