Connect to the services you use with Power BI

Courtesy of Maggie Sparkman and Adam Saxton You can connect to a number of services you use to run your business, such as Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, and Google Analytics. Power BI starts by using your credentials to connect to the service, and then creates a Power BI app with a dashboard and a set of … Continue reading Connect to the services you use with Power BI

The Office 365 Know-it-all — Joanne C Klein

Blog post: 2 minute read Did the title grab your attention? It was meant to. 🙂 The Office 365 know-it-all is a myth. Let me explain… Now that I’ve been working for a couple of years as an IT Pro within Office 365, I’ve come to realize something. That is, many of the things I’m […] … Continue reading The Office 365 Know-it-all — Joanne C Klein

SharePoint hub sites new in Office 365

Courtesy of —Mark Kashman, senior product manager for the SharePoint team At Ignite 2017, we announced SharePoint hub sites, a new building block of the intranet, to bring together related sites to roll up news and activity, to simplify search, and to create cohesion with shared navigation and look-and-feel. The digital workplace is dynamic and … Continue reading SharePoint hub sites new in Office 365

The key differences between InfoPath and PowerApps

Courtesy By Dharmendra Singh  |  January 15, 2018 7:19 pm   After the release of Microsoft PowerApps, many Office365 subscribers are thinking that Microsoft PowerApps is designated as replacement of InfoPath. Microsoft PowerApps provides many features that are available in InfoPath and enables enterprise users to create, collaborate, communicate and manage mobile apps without having developer … Continue reading The key differences between InfoPath and PowerApps