February 2019

Posted by Kristina Rosario | February 27, 2019

Microsoft Teams is a productivity hub. Office 365 Groups centralizes Microsoft memberships in one place. While both have services that overlap, they aren’t in competition with one another—rather, they’re complementary....

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Posted by Kristina Rosario | February 20, 2019

Power BI is a business analytics service offered by Microsoft. With it, you can have interactive visualizations with business intelligence capabilities—a user can create graphs, reports, dashboards without having to...

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Posted by Kristina Rosario | February 13, 2019

Office 365 and G Suite (formerly known as Google Apps for Work) are productivity tools for performing tasks in the cloud. Both let you create documents (Google Docs and Word),...

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Microsoft Power Apps
Posted by Joel Hill | February 6, 2019

One thing we have realized over time is there aren't many Power App formula examples across the internet.  This post is dedicated to starting a list of formulas we find...

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Posted by Kristina Rosario | February 4, 2019

Making smarter apps requires using innovative services that facilitate cognitive intelligence, and Azure Cognitive Services is making waves as a forerunner for smart app development. This technology offers a whole...

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