Microsoft has provided us with a whole host of tools and technologies to establish guardrails against security vulnerabilities within Power Platform. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Policies is one of those key safeguards that allows IT Admins to define policies that reduce the risk of organizational data intentionally or unintentionally being exposed within or outside the organization.
Telemetry is the process of collecting usage, performance, and process-level information from the application into some kind of data store, which then can be used by application developers or system administrators to improve, diagnose or support the application.
Most of us Dynamics 365 people have a common set of tools in our toolbox – that coincidentally reside within that excellent community project – XRMToolBox. For many, many years, one of our favorites has been Ribbon Workbench – designed and built by Scott Durrow MVP (thanks Scott).
Last week, Microsoft released the Dynamics 365 and Power Platform roadmap for October 2021 – March 2022, as the Wave 2 2021 release. There is plenty to look forward to – here’s my take on the most important new features to help you plan for the future of digitising your organisation’s workflow.
The contract lifecycle management (CLM) market is growing at a rate of 35% year over year. I predict that it will not be slowing down any time soon. So, it begs the question – where did all this discussion start and why now?
What differentiates the Microsoft cloud? Here at Barhead, we pick up the highlights of Satya’s keynote as we continue to provide cutting-edge business solutions with Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform. Below are the differentiating aspects of the Microsoft cloud and its new capabilities from no other than Satya Nadella himself.
If you work towards a certification, you’ve got the benefit of a guided training pathway via Microsoft Learn that is free to use. Choose your certification course and login to the learning portal account to find the learning pathways that Microsoft recommends to prepare you for the certification exams.
Microsoft Build (held May 25-27, 2021) is a key event for the announcement and launch of new features for developers, covering the full range of developers and Microsoft platforms, from professional to no code.