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    How to Build and Share Reports with a Power BI Free License

    The landscape for Power BI licensing is complex and evolving. To begin to grasp the structure and detail, let’s break it down. Today I am asking: what are the capabilities of using a free license? Really, It's Free More than one path exists to obtain a free account. For our exploration in this article, I will use…   Read more »

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    Getting Started with Power BI Reports in SharePoint Online

    Do your users want reports in SharePoint? Yes! They crave reports and charts. Regardless of which version of SharePoint they are using, getting started now to build their data visualizations in Power BI will position the reports for seamless migration to future SharePoint versions. These are the necessary steps to take to add a simple…   Read more »

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    Analyzing Azure Billing and Usage Data with Power BI

    As organizations move and provision resources in Microsoft Azure they find themselves with the need to analyze and monitor resource consumption for trends, review billing data to get a pulse on the organization’s return on cloud spend, and be in a better position to predict and manage operational costs. Billing and resource usage data in Azure…   Read more »

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    Using Power Apps & Flow to Create Line of Business “Portals” (Webinar Recap)

    Yesterday I had the pleasure to present a webinar on building LOB “portals” using Microsoft Power Apps and Flow. Here is a quick background on why we think this is an import topic when it comes to the overall theme of digital transformation. (The full webinar is embedded below, should you wish to explore further.)…   Read more »

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    Webinar: Using Power Apps & Flow to Create Line of Business “Portals”

    Join us tomorrow for a free webinar with AIS' CTO and Microsoft MVP Vishwas Lele on Microsoft Power Apps and Flow. This webinar is designed to show you how to easily create Power Apps applications, and how to best take advantage of the recently introduced Power Apps custom visual for Power BI. Vishwas will showcase a…   Read more »

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    User-Centered Design/Discovery for an Agile Power Platform Modernization Project: Part Two

    Prototyping in Axure vs. Power Apps As I described in part one of this blog series, prototyping was an integral step of our user-centered design/discovery process. When we first started on the project, the UX Architect and I used Axure, a well-known prototyping tool familiar to us. However, as the project progressed, we moved into prototyping…   Read more »

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    User-Centered Design/Discovery for an Agile Power Platform Modernization Project: Part One

    Project Background From August 2020 to this February, I worked as a Business Analyst (BA) on a project team to help a major insurance company modernize thousands of InfoPath forms into the Microsoft Power Platform. Our client needed to retain critical business functionality and workflows of these forms before Microsoft ends their extended InfoPath support in…   Read more »

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    Behind the Scenes of an Internal Power Platform Hackathon

    AIS recently held an internal hackathon for Microsoft Power Platform to expose our team to the platform, concepts, approaches through hands-on experience and to demonstrate the role Power Platform plays in modernizing legacy applications in the cloud. As a premier Microsoft partner, Power Platform has quickly become a core part of our holistic enterprise cloud transformation…   Read more »

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    Building a Home Inventory Application with the Microsoft Power Platform: Part Three

    This blog series is for anyone trying to learn how to use the Power Platform. Readers should know software development fundamentals. This post builds on the first two parts by adding smartphone camera capabilities to the interface. It starts by covering how to add an Image field to the Item form. Next, it illustrates how…   Read more »

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    Building a Home Inventory Application with the Microsoft Power Platform: Part Two

    This blog series is for anyone trying to learn how to use the Power Platform. Readers should know software development fundamentals. This blog begins by covering how to create a base Canvas App from an existing table in the Microsoft Dataverse. It reviews all the screens, forms, and changes necessary to make the user interface…   Read more »