At Build this week, Microsoft has announced a couple of new opportunities for developers to add additional value to Teams and Power BI.
Tons of Spring Updates in the Office 365 space to cover this month. As always, it will be the news you need with the two cents you don’t.
Shane Young has already introduced you to building your first Power BI report and your first PowerApps app. Now, he is going to make sure you know about the coolest idea ever, combining the two.
Saying that Teams will reduce the amount of email traffic is one thing; proving it is another. After making the case that Teams reduces email traffic, I set out to prove the case by looking at data in the Office 365 usage reports, Office 365 content pack for Power BI, and third-party reporting software.
Shane Young walks you through getting your SharePoint list data visualized through a fancy Power BI Report.
Aidan Finn discusses the preview that has been launched to allow you to centrally visualize and report on your usage of Azure Backup.
Shane Young explains how Power BI interacts with SharePoint Online lists to build cool reports and display those reports on SharePoint.
Gartner’s recent SWOT analysis of Office 365 contains some interesting thoughts and observations. I do not agree with them all because I think some of their thinking is a little dated, but it is always interesting to read what Gartner is whispering into the ears of their customers.
Jussi Roine shows you how to build a production-ready solution using Office 365 and Microsoft Azure for locating your dearest and nearest colleagues when you’re out and about.
After an extensive trial, Microsoft is preparing to release the Office 365 Adoption Content Pack to all enterprise tenants. Gaining insight into how people use the Office 365 applications will help tenants maximize their investment in the cloud. However, the content pack is not a silver bullet and won’t make your organization any more effective than it is today.
Todd and Shane talk about how to use passwords with PowerShell securely, a new SharePoint Online Web Part that is rolling out, new security and risk features in Office 365, how Power BI finally integrates with SharePoint, and Imposter Syndrome.
Find out why Microsoft’s Office 365 uptime ratings aren’t necessarily providing a complete picture of Office 365 reliability.
Microsoft is making Power BI publish to the web generally available and Power BI Embedded will reach GA on July 11th; the company is also announcing a preview of Cortana Intelligence with Bing Predicts too.