[ January 26, 2021 by Smita Singh 0 Comments ]

Automation – the new future

Automation in today’s world is a vital part of any and every organization and service stream. Whether it’s application support, product development, infrastructure support, SAP, project management or Service desk operations. Including data analytics of products and automation efficiency and effectiveness. Topics covered in the session, 1. Why automation 2. How does it help and whom does it help 3. Various tool sets and its amalgamation to facilitate automation 4. Data analytics and automation 5. Takeaways and way forward

[ January 25, 2021 by Matt Weston 0 Comments ]

Driving Governance and Adoption for Teams using Power Automate

Microsoft Teams solves a number of issues, but also brings with it numerous challenges which need to be handled otherwise the normal issues of shadow IT, legacy working practice etc all strive to work against your Teams implementation. In this Teams and Power Automate session, we will look at how we can use automation to be able to control the creation and deployment of Teams, as well as driving adoption by supporting our users.

[ January 24, 2021 by Prince Kher 0 Comments ]

Power Automate integration with Power BI

Refresh and create automated workflows to get notifications, synchronize files, collect data, and more. In this article, you automate generating an email from a Power BI data alert Create dashboard with Power Automate

[ January 22, 2021 by Prince Kher 0 Comments ]

Automate Tasks using Power Automate

Automate regular operation tasks & user tasks.

[ January 22, 2021 by Lisa Pulsinger 0 Comments ]

Let’s (Power) Automate all your D365 and M365 documents with dox42

Real life business processes require the generation of documents like quotes, reports, contracts, emails, etc… Use dox42 to ignite the potential of the Power Platform by automatically generating these documents with data from all your sources! What you will see in this session: • Generate your documents where you need them: from a Power Automate Flow, a Power App or directly in your Dynamics 365 applications or SharePoint! • Easily design complex documents in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint with tables, conditions, barcodes, charts, images, etc. • Combine data sources: SharePoint, M365, D365 FinOps, CE & BC, Web Services, SQL and many more. • How to set up your document generation Flows and your PowerApps. Your result will be a business user friendly document automation process that can be efficient, enjoyable and productive at the same time. This session will be presented by Fabian and Lisa, Senior Technical Evangelists at dox42.

[ January 18, 2021 by Jens Tore Fremmegård 0 Comments ]

Managing Microsoft 365 through Graph API with PowerShell and Power Automate

In this session we look at Microsoft Graph API. One of your best friends when you are doing Microsoft 365 automation. This session addresses how you can utilize Microsoft Graph API with PowerShell for administrative tasks, both with and without the existing PowerShell modules. I share my experience using Graph API to automate Microsoft Endpoint Manager/Intune. We will also have a look on how Microsoft Graph API can be implementet with Power Automate for user self service. How can we utilize the Microsoft Graph Explorer tool to plan for our automation? What if the operation we want to automate isn’t yet implemted in Graph API?

[ January 18, 2021 by Tomasz Poszytek 0 Comments ]

Business processes automation using Microsoft Power Platform

The Power Platform as we know it today offers a wide range of tools not only to discover and understand better processes, but also to fully automate them, regardless of whether they happen exclusively in the cloud or on local users’ machines. This session will help you to: * Learn how to discover processes using Process advisor * Learn what is Power Automate Desktop (RPA), what are Cloud and Desktop flows * Learn how to build end-to-end automated process using Power Platforms components * Get inspired to use Power Platform for your processes too! Automating processes helps to increase effectiveness of organizations. With Power Platform components companies can understand and automate existing workflows, what ensures the tasks are done errorless and faster. Join me to learn more about this important technology.

[ January 15, 2021 by James Gillies 0 Comments ]

Planning and Designing Automated UI Tests for Dynamics 365 CE and Power Apps

Automated UI tests are a great way to improve quality and productivity when working with the Power Platform. This session will discuss the benefits and challenges of UI test automation on Dynamics and Power Apps, and how it complements other types of testing. We will consider the different types of application and where automation is best focused, and I will take a pragmatic look at how to approach the planning and design of automated UI tests to maximise their benefits.

[ January 13, 2021 by Ferran Chopo Garcia 0 Comments ]

Power Automate from 0 to hero

After migrating your content to SharePoint and Teams, doing some training and adoption to the users and implementing the governance plan in your company, maybe it’s time to start automating some processes and take the most advantage of Power Automate. Come to this session, where you will learn from basic to advanced topics to automate some common processes that the vast majority of companies have. Hope to see you there!

[ January 8, 2021 by Joel Rodrigues 0 Comments ]

Securely connect to SharePoint online from Azure Function

This session covers some of the considerations when building a secure application that runs as an Azure Function and securely connects to SharePoint. The connection is easily done by using an Azure Active Directory application registration and a certificate, but how do we ensure that the certificate is secured but still accessible by the function? By taking advantage of the great integration between service applications and key vaults! Let’s throw PowerShell, Azure Functions, Azure AD apps, Managed service identity, Key Vault, ARM templates and a few other things onto the mix and create a base solution that is secure, reusable and easy to deploy. You can then focus your effort on the things that matter – the function itself!