The Power Platform admin center provides a unified portal for administrators to manage environments and settings for Power Apps, Power Automate, and customer engagement apps (Dynamics 365 Sales, Dynamics 365 Customer Service, Dynamics 365 Field Service, Dynamics 365 Marketing, and Dynamics 365 Project Service Automation). Microsoft are introducing a new landing page to the Power Platform admin … Continue reading Introducing the updated Power Platform admin center Home page
Historically, being able to report on all the Apps and Flows within your tenant meant installing the ‘Microsoft Power Platform Centre of Excellence Starter Kit’ or conceding to the limited analytical data within the Power Platform Admin Centre. With the introduction of ‘Tenant Level’ analytics, tenant admins can now view reports of their Power App … Continue reading Introducing Tenant Level Analytics for Power Apps and Power Automate
We are pleased to announce the general availability of a new and more flexible way to pay for Power Apps and related Power Platform services. Customers now can use an Azure subscription to cover their Power Apps usage and Dataverse capacity costs based on actual usage. Historically, low-code platforms have required customers to figure out their licensing … Continue reading Pay-as-you-Go for Power Apps
Microsoft are introducing a new landing page to the Power Platform admin center. Rather than the default environments tab, which displays the list of owned environments, admins will be greeted with the newly introduced Home page. This new landing page experience for Power Platform admin center is aligned with admin experiences across other Microsoft services. … Continue reading Introducing Power Platform admin center Home page
The Power Platform DLP policies you should be considering on Day 1. Protecting your organisations data is a big topic and as you would expect, Microsoft are putting a lot of focus into this area. Using Power Platform DLP policies you can have better control and governance to avoid breaches.
The Power Platform is Microsoft’s answer to the growing need in business for a way to build and customise professional-grade business solutions quickly, with the ability to connect to over 200 data sources including, SharePoint Online, Azure SQL, Twitter and more. For some, the concept of ‘Environments’ in Power Platform is brand new. Unless you have been told or you have done your research, you would not know any different to there being a single environment or multiple.