Wednesday, February 13, 2013 11:17 AM
Microsoft Roadmap for Mobile BI (as communicated on 2011)
- Ensuring our existing corporate BI web based solutions run in browsers across iOS and Windows devices in the first half of 2012.
- Delivering great touch-based data exploration and visualization capabilities in a browser on iOS, Android and Microsoft platforms in the second half of 2012.
- Delivering the best in class rich and immersive experience of the Microsoft BI platform on Windows 8 slates
Mobile MSBI - Current Scenario (as on Feb 2013 )
Before launching SQL Server 2012, Microsoft’s approach for Mobile BI has been focused on Microsoft SharePoint Server. Starting from SharePoint Server 2010, browser-based mobile access to corporate BI content has been provided through SharePoint. Sharepoint 2013 has more capabilities on the BI front and supports many more types of mobile devices.
Starting with SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1), Reporting Services supports viewing and basic interactivity with reports on Microsoft Surface devices, and devices with Apple iOS 6 and Apple Safari browser such as the iPad.
Sharepoint 2010 - Mobile BI Support
Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 enables organizations to view certain kinds of reports and scorecards on Apple iPad devices that use the iOS 5 Safari browser. Users can navigate existing reports, dashboards, scorecards, and analytical applications across iOS, Android, and Windows devices. Mobile device users can access a SharePoint site either by using a mobile browser or by using a rich client application such as Microsoft SharePoint Workspace Mobile 2010.
Viewing business intelligence content on iPad
Business intelligence content that you can display on iPad includes reports, scorecards, and dashboards that are published to SharePoint Server 2010. To view and navigate business intelligence content, follow these steps.
Kinds of reports and scorecards that can be viewed on Apple iPad
Viewable on iPad?
Business Intelligence Center sites (including the PerformancePoint Services site)
However, users will be unable to open PerformancePoint Dashboard Designer from the PerformancePoint Services site.
Dashboards that contain filters and linked items
Excel Services Reports (these include PivotChart reports, PivotTable reports, named items, and workbooks that are displayed in PerformancePoint Web Parts or in Excel Web Access Web Parts)
Reporting Services Reports (these include reports that are displayed in PerformancePoint Web Parts or in Report Viewer Web Parts)
PerformancePoint KPI Details Reports
PerformancePoint Analytic Charts and Grids
PerformancePoint Strategy Maps
Web Page Reports (these include Web sites that are displayed in PerformancePoint Web Parts)
ProClarity Analytics Server Page Reports (these include ProClarity Server reports that are displayed in PerformancePoint Web Parts)
Decomposition Trees that are opened from values in PerformancePoint scorecards and analytic reports that use SQL Server Analysis Services data
For more details, please refer Plan for mobile devices (SharePoint Server 2010)
SharePoint 2013 - Mobile BI Support
SharePoint Server 2013 offers improvements to the mobile browser experience with the introduction of a new contemporary view. Depending on the mobile browser, users have one of the following browsing options:
Support for Business intelligence content in Mobile Devices
SharePoint Server 2013 enables a user to view certain kinds of dashboard content. This includes PerformancePoint reports and scorecards, and Excel Services reports in iOS 5.0 Safari browsers on iPad devices.
Supported mobile device Browsers
Mobile device operating system
Operating system version
Slate or tablet device
Windows Phone 7.5 or later versions
Internet Explorer Mobile
Windows 7 or later versions
5.0 or later versions
Video play experience requires iOS version 6.0 or later.
Office Web Apps full functionality is supported on iPad versions 2 and 3 using iOS 6.0 or later versions. Limited viewing and editing functionality is also supported on iPad versions 1, 2, 3 using iOS version 5.1.
4.0 or later versions
Video play experience requires Android version 4.1 or later.
For more details, please refer
SQL Server 2012 - Mobile BI Support
Starting with SQL Server 2012, both native mode and SharePoint integrated mode report servers have support for Microsoft Surface devices, and devices with Apple iOS 6 and Apple Safari such as the iPad.
In addition to viewing the reports, it also supports basic interactivity with reports. You can also publish reports using Microsoft Surface devices.
Thursday, February 14, 2013 2:55 AMModerator
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- Edited by Charlie LiaoMicrosoft Contingent Staff, Moderator Thursday, February 14, 2013 2:55 AM
Thursday, February 14, 2013 3:49 AM
What is your question- we can find all this on Microsoft site,
Thursday, February 14, 2013 7:35 AM
MS forums are not just for QA always; rather it is for discussions and sharing also. My posting goes to the 2nd category - as the moderator rightly mentioned it.
We all know we can find all these features and related information on the product itself and the related help documentation.. The value add here is those who really looking for information on "Mobile feature support in MSBI " (for customer proposals etc..) gets that quickly in one place. Also, it is not much mixed with implementation details.
- Edited by JoseVargheseKonooran Thursday, February 14, 2013 7:39 AM
Thursday, February 14, 2013 9:41 AMThanks JoseVargheseKonooran sharing valueable information with us
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