Creativity and teamwork are essential to transforming business process. Most processes center on content – files and data. Microsoft Teams is your hub for teamwork and apps in Microsoft 365. SharePoint gives you tools to gather and manage data in lists and libraries. Microsoft 365 provides connections to a range of third-party systems with Microsoft Flow and PowerApps. Flow lets you easily automate business processes. PowerApps lets you create great forms and mobile apps based on SharePoint files and data.
Streamlined business processes can now be delivered and integrated to Microsoft Teams, your hub for teamwork.
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Using SharePoint as a Data Source for Modern Reporting
SharePoint is a great organizational data store. SharePoint lists offer a quick and easy way for users to store and share millions of items, while document libraries have become the industry standard for document management, supplying secure, reliable storage. SharePoint libraries supply the backbone for document storage in all of Office 365. This white paper examines the different platforms and approaches that can be used to report on SharePoint data and explains the procedures.
Using Power BI with Complex SharePoint Field Types
SharePoint lists supply a quick and easy way for users to store and share millions of list-based items. Text and number fields are straightforward, but complex field types in SharePoint present several challenges. Power BI provides tools to aid with these challenges, and these tools are the focus of this white paper.
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Ignite 2018: Office 365 business apps (SharePoint, PowerApps, Flow, forms): What's new and what's coming
No-code and low-code applications have been essential tools in Microsoft SharePoint for a long time, but we’ve added many other new tools to your palette. We review the roadmap and best practices in our platform for creating business apps solutions (lists, Microsoft PowerApps, forms, Microsoft Flow). We also discuss the patterns to help transform customer solutions that still remain on premises and/or in legacy tool sets like InfoPath, SharePoint Designer or Access web apps.