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Power BI and Row Level Security (RLS)

Posted by Sas Chatterjee on Mar, 10, 2019 03:03

Row level Security in Power BI and Configuring it in Power BI Desktop Implementing a Business Intelligence (BI) platform is absolutely critical to any organization and requires many actionable thoughts and related processes. In all of these BI processes, Business Intelligence-related security is absolutely key and it’s a critical conversation that is happening in organizations […]

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Topics: Power BI, Row Level Security, Security Policies

Microsoft Teams vs. Slack

Posted by Roger Padgett on Mar, 07, 2019 12:03

With the capacity to connect thousands of users and over 800 third-party applications, Slack has been the leading communication tool for users and their file sources. Microsoft decided to join that market when it released a new communications platform called Microsoft Teams, which has become the big contender for this type of enterprise solution. MS […]

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Topics: Microsoft Teams

The Importance of Cybersecurity in 2018 – Infographic

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Apr, 12, 2018 05:04

The Importance of Cybersecurity in 2018 – Infographic Infographic transcription: Cybersecurity is becoming a big problem for many companies in all industries, as an attack can permanently damage a business or even a person’s life. As the cybersecurity industry continues to grow at a rapid pace, the amount of malware continues to grow each year […]

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“What’s the Password?”: The Surprising Results

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Dec, 11, 2017 08:12

“What’s the Password?”: The Surprising Results   Nowadays, it seems that to be able to function in our modern world it’s essential to have multiple passwords. From logging into social media or a bank account, your work computer or email, to buying products online, passwords are a major part of our daily lives. But how […]

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An Analysis of the Logos of Fortune 500 Companies

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Oct, 31, 2017 09:10

An Analysis of the Logos of Fortune 500 Companies Companies dream of becoming a part of the elite group of businesses that make up the Fortune 500, but most don’t ever see this dream come true. So, what makes these 500 companies so special? There are many aspects to running a successful business, including customer […]

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Unifying Data Loss Prevention in Office 365

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Jul, 21, 2017 07:07

Unifying Data Loss Prevention in Office 365 All organizations, regardless of size and industry, have data that they consider sensitive. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is an important capability for protecting this information from getting into the wrong hands. We are always looking to enhance the DLP solution in Office 365 to help meet this organizational […]

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Topics: DLP - Data Loss Prevention, Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business

Microsoft Flow: Creating Team Flows

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Jul, 19, 2017 09:07

Microsoft Flow: Creating Team Flows Create a team flow by specifying one or more other people in your organization as owners, who can perform these actions: View the flow’s history (that is, each run). Manage the properties of the flow (for example, start or stop the flow, add owners or update credentials for a connection). […]

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Topics: Microsoft Flow

Conditional Access Policies with SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Jul, 18, 2017 07:07

Conditional Access Policies with SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business The days of the corporate boundary beginning at the firewall are over, today’s corporate boundary is the end user.  Connectivity is ubiquitous and with an endless number of devices available, people have an increasing number of options for staying connected at anytime, anywhere. The freedom […]

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Topics: OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Online

Outlook mobile turns 2 and now comes with your favorite apps

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Jul, 05, 2017 08:07

Outlook mobile turns 2 and now comes with your favorite apps Two years ago, Microsoft launched Outlook mobile with the goal of helping you accomplish more while on the go. More means an inbox that helps you focus on the emails that matter most. More means a calendar that can manage your entire day, not […]

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Intelligence-powered search, Delve, and Microsoft Graph updates

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Jun, 16, 2017 06:06

Intelligence-powered search, Delve, and Microsoft Graph updates Microsoft puts people at the center of collaboration. In today’s demanding business climate, it is common for people to get overwhelmed by the ever-growing amount of data and documents swirling about. That’s why Office 365 infuses intelligence into experiences across the suite, like Delve, which provides insights to […]

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Topics: Delve, Microsoft Graph

New SharePoint Online Link Web Part Released!

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Jun, 01, 2017 06:06

New SharePoint Online Link web part rolling out now There is a new Link web part is starting to roll out to to SharePoint Online. What is a Link web part? The SharePoint Online Link web part makes sharing links to external and internal pages and documents much nicer by providing a visual and contextual preview for the […]

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Topics: SharePoint Online

New capabilities in SharePoint Online team sites including integration with Office 365 Groups

Posted by Errin O'Connor on May, 20, 2017 10:05

New capabilities in SharePoint Online team sites including integration with Office 365 Groups Today Microsoft announce the roll-out of several new enhancements to SharePoint Online team sites in Office 365, including deeper integration with Office 365 Groups. These enhancements will begin rolling out to Office 365 First Release customers next week. The home page of […]

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Topics: Office 365 Consulting, SharePoint Online

Microsoft Intune Admins (Important Update): Intune MAM & Outlook for iOS add-ins

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Apr, 12, 2017 07:04

Last week, the Outlook team announced add-ins for Outlook on iOS. This add-in feature set already exists in Outlook on Windows, web and Mac (in Office Insiders). Since add-ins are managed via Exchange, users will be able to copy and share data and messages across Outlook and unmanaged add-in applications, unless access to add-ins is […]

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Row Level Security in Power BI Desktop

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Mar, 06, 2017 08:03

Row-level security (RLS) with Power BI Row-level security (RLS) with Power BI can be used to restrict data access for given users. Filters restrict data at the row level and you can define filters within roles. RLS is a Pro feature. EPC Group Power BI teams configure RLS for data models imported into Power BI […]

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Threat Intelligence for Office 365

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Feb, 02, 2017 07:02

Threat Intelligence for Office 365 Video Overview (Deep-Dive)

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Topics: Office 365 Consulting

Scalability Planning in Your SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Roadmap

Posted by Errin O'Connor on Oct, 10, 2016 09:10

Scalability Planning in Your SharePoint 2013 Architectural Roadmap It is important to utilize an Office 365 roadmap to ensure your SharePoint 2013 and/or Office 365 (hybrid) platform and avoid some of the known pitfalls that degrade its performance such as: Having all SharePoint services are in the “default” service group Having redundant and JavaScript that […]

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Topics: Active Directory, Application Development, Data Breaches

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