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As the low-code platform that integrates with Microsoft 365, Azure, and Dynamics 365, the Microsoft Power Platform is perfect for professionals who want to develop apps but lack the necessary programming knowledge. In addition, because of its integration with other Microsoft platforms, the Power Platform is perfect for companies that use Microsoft tools. But what are the different apps? And why is using the Power Platform so useful? What’s so convenient about Low Code? In this blog, we try to answer all these questions.
Power Automate or Logic apps? Two similar automation tools, both on the Microsoft platform with a common look. With many of the same features the differentiation lies in the details.
Azure Machine Learning is Microsoft’s answer to the increasing demand for machine learning services. The platform is easy to implement, consistsof many different algorithms, is easily scalable, and is fully integrated with other parts of the Azure platform.
The Power BI Admin Dashboard is a feature in Microsoft Power BI that gives the people overseeing Power BI users more information in an easy-to-read dashboard. Through the power of the Azure portal or Office 365 platform, the Power BI Admin dashboard has more features to take monitoring to the next level.
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.
In this blog we explain you all you need to know about Microsoft Data Integration Services. The Microsoft Data Integration Services is an umbrella for different solutions, we help you to find your way through these different solutions and what you can use them for.
IT professionals are experiencing increasing challenges around application delivery due to developer and skills shortages. In its Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Low-Code Application Platform report, Gartner compares 19 different Low-code Application Platforms (LCAPs) that can contribute to smoother application development. In this blog, you’ll read about what low-code entails and what the key trends and developers are in the field of LCAPs.
The fact that Power BI can be used to create dashboards is by now known to many organisations. However, many people do not know that there is a tool within Power BI that can help when there is a specific demand for (automated) PDF or Excel reports. This tool is called Power BI Report Builder. In this article, we will take a closer look at Power BI Report Builder to give you a better understanding of this tool.
As the worlds of Finance and IT are moving closer and closer, companies are looking to harvest the vast amounts of data within their domain and use it for their benefit. Our customers are looking to insert a data driven mindset within their company. On one hand that is achieved through a broader consumption of data within the company, but also to combine several data sources in one reporting platform.