The tableau team is not the only ones that’s using the new software.
Microsoft has also created an app called Tableau Analytics, which lets you use the app to track your analytics and make sense of what data is being collected and shared.
Microsoft says the app “makes it easy to track how data is used and share it with colleagues.”
But some people are worried that the app is too focused on analytics and not enough on privacy and security.
I’d rather have a free app that’s good at both than one that focuses on just one thing and tries to focus on that one thing.
The app’s developers say they want to make sure that data is only used for its intended purpose.
That’s a good idea, but they want people to be able to get a better understanding of how their data is collected and stored.
If you’re going to use Tableau to track analytics, you should also be able it to understand how it’s being used and the impact that it’s having on your business, Microsoft says.
“For the most part, we see the benefits in both ways,” Microsoft Privacy VP Michael Daley told me.
“The more data you have, the better your business will be.
But the data needs to be used responsibly, with appropriate permissions.
The apps you’re using today can do both of those things.”
But there’s one big difference between the two apps.
The analytics app requires that you create a user name and password, whereas the analytics app allows you to send a CSV file of your analytics data.
Microsoft’s developers also want the data to be public, so that your customers can see who you’re targeting with analytics and what you’re tracking.
If that sounds like a lot of data to store in a CSV, you’re not alone.
“We’re always worried about the privacy implications,” Microsoft’s Daley said.
“But the reality is, data is valuable.”
He said the company is also working on making the analytics software more open source, so it can be used by developers.
He said he thinks the apps are going to be good tools for users who want to track their data.
“There’s a lot more to it than just analytics,” Daley added.