Tableau Updates its Platform to Focus on Collaboration and Better Analytics
Tableau Software is releasing Tableau 9.3, upgrading the platform with advanced ways to analyze data and share findings faster.
According to Chris Stolte, chief development officer and co-founder of Tableau Software, the company has prioritized sharing and collaboration in Tableau 9.3, which will be noticeable once people open Tableau Desktop.
Tableau Desktop is now “always connected,” and Tableau 9.3 includes improved global map coverage, faster ways to prepare data for analysis, more governance features, and easier administration and direct connectivity to the Snowflake Elastic Data Warehouse.
Other new features and enhancements in Tableau 9.3 include optimized performance with new server monitoring and configuration features, the ability to combine tables of data by appending values (rows) from one table to another, and faster search capabilities.
For more information about Tableau 9.3, visit www.tableau.com.
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