Power Automate is introducing an option for consumption-based billing, which could lessen the need for user-based plans and help with license compliance.
Chart explains the options for licensing Power Automate, which offers per-user, per-flow, and pay-as-you-go options.
Windows Information Protection (WIP) is no longer under active feature development and will be discontinued in a future version of Windows.
A possibly overhyped service sold as removing the mania of Patch Tuesday is generally available for enterprise customers.
Windows could be the best choice as a development environment because it can be used to develop for most popular platforms.
Azure Cognitive Services, a collection of machine learning cloud services, is removing some facial recognition features and restricting access to other features to support Microsoft’s responsible AI initiative.
Azure Confidential Ledger, a PaaS offering that provides secure blockchain-based ledgers, has reached general availability although pricing details are delayed until Sept. 2022.
SQL Server 2022 improves JSON capabilities to help with complex document-based data; however, there are no plans to be a full-featured document storage solution.
Recent and planned updates to Teams could make Teams webinars “good enough” for many customers, but they lack customization and advanced features required for some customers.
In this Webinar, Joshua Trupin discusses what organizations must do to keep Power Platform from outpacing their ability to manage it.