In this Webinar, Joshua Trupin discusses what organizations must do to keep Power Platform from outpacing their ability to manage it.
Technical issues and incompatibilities make remote Office automation a last choice.
Illustration shows several automation scenarios for a line-of-business task and the licensing requirements for each.
Sidebar explains how remote process automation can be run.
A license that allows Windows and Office to be automated without user intervention is useful for limited scenarios.
Illustration shows two Power Automate licensing scenarios, in which a small adjustment can make a major difference in licensing costs.
Newly clarified licensing rules could mean that Power Automate licenses are needed in additional scenarios.
Screen shot shows a simple Power Automate flow being created and how easily licensing requirements change.
Sidebar explains the difference between per-user and per-flow Power Automate licenses.
Chart shows daily usage limits for Power Platform license types, before and after strict enforcement begins in 2022.