Microsoft Power BI is a business intelligence platform that provides non-technical business users with tools for aggregate, analyze, visualize, and share data. Power BI’s user interface is fairly intuitive for users familiar with Excel, and its deep integration with other Microsoft products makes it a very versatile self-service tool that requires little pre-training. A free version of Power BI is intended for owners of small to medium-sized businesses; a professional version called Power BI Plus is available for a monthly subscription fee. Users can download an application for Windows 10, called Power BI Desktop, and native mobile apps for Windows, Android, and iOS devices. There is also Power BI Report Server for businesses that need to maintain their data and reports on-premises. That version of Power BI requires a special version of the desktop app – aptly called Power BI Desktop for Power BI Report Server.
When Microsoft started with Office products, there were only a handful: Word, Excel, PowerPoint. While most consumers still use the same set, Microsoft Portfolio has expanded to more than 20 apps under the Microsoft 365 brand name. In this post, we look at the list of apps that Microsoft 365 contains. In simple terms, it is the full version of Office that offers all products and can be installed on a computer. It can also be deployed to an Enterprise computer using the Microsoft Endpoint Configuration. It is a combination of applications and services.
Microsoft Teams is a unique collaborative platform that allows you to share your knowledge, collaborate on different projects, and collaborate effectively across the organization. What we especially love is the ability to integrate third-party apps that can streamline your work processes and improve your Teams experience. Check out the most popular Microsoft Teams project management apps in a row here.
Microsoft Teams is a platform on which you can collaborate with your colleagues across the organization. Here, depending on your usage scenarios, you can create different teams, use channels to structure your workspace, add members within your organization, and easily share documents, start conversations, set up video meetings, and much more. When creating a new channel, you can only choose between standard and private channels. But Microsoft announced a new capability, the ability to create shared channels. With Microsoft Teams Connect, you can share channels with anyone, internally or externally of your organization. Let’s take a look at all the benefits of using shared channels.
Power Automate… Microsoft Flow… has raised many doubts about these hugely related names. You may have done some research, and now you’re more lost than before. Wondering what their differences are? Are they really the same tool? What are they for? In this post, you’ll find everything you need to know about Power Automate (and by default Microsoft Flow). Power Automate is a new Microsoft business system that allows all our data analytics and applications to be automated integrated and synchronized, with the goal of increasing productivity and business efficiency. Microsoft Flow was an Office 365 tool aimed at improving employee productivity by automating multiple tasks and by combining different cloud applications and services. The creation of these automated workflows offered the ability to receive notifications, synchronize files, collect data…
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