In this video, I will be going over how to utilize PowerApps to make filling out forms more streamlined and easier to manage. We look at making other fields hidden based on the value on a specified field of our choosing and other ways to keep the user from leaving fields empty. PowerApps is a great way to enable users to fill out forms while keeping them in-line with the way you want the form filled out. No more worrying about users putting in information you don’t need or the user leaving anything out!
In this video series, I will provide an in-depth review of Power Automate and PowerApps functionality, integration between the two, and how truly efficient this combination can be. This first video is an introduction to what I will be discussing over the next several episodes. By the end of the series, you will have a better understanding of these two applications and the experience that you can deliver to users within your organization.
The year 2020 has not started with sunshine and rainbows. In fact, this year has possibly been the worst in the past 15 years or so in terms of the diverse set of challenges we've faced as a global society. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has not only increased the incidence of life-threatening disease, it has also increased the risk of cyber threats as more of us work remotely. These threats include not only cyber criminal activity such as scams, extortion, and data theft, but also industrial and nation state espionage.
Cloud technology has grown over the past few years, and even more so recently due to COVID-19. With many organizations packing up and working from home, they must be able to keep their business processes streamlined and efficient even when out of the office. Organizations need reliable and consistent ways to give employees and clients the ability to capitalize on this technology and the impact it can have on revenue. This is where Power Platform comes into play.
Have you or someone you known ever been a victim of a phishing attack? Either through a phone call, email, or even a text message? All it takes is one unsuspecting individual to click or agree to something and all of your personal information could be compromised. Or worse, your company assets.