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Built For Everyday Users: Microsoft BI Tools For Data Analytics

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Microsoft Power BI is a business intelligence tool that is one component of Microsoft’s expanding Power Platform. It functions as a collection of software services, apps, and data connectors that work seamlessly to create a unified vision of an organization’s business data into coherent, visually immersive, and interactive insights and data analytics. The enterprise data may reside in an Excel spreadsheet, legacy database, or a combination of cloud-based and on-premises hybrid data sources. Read More

Microsoft Kicks Off New Licensing Model with SharePoint Server Subscription Edition Preview

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SharePoint Server Subscription Edition, a new product sold by subscription, was released as a preview on Monday.

New features in the SharePoint Server Subscription Edition product were briefly described by Bill Baer, a Microsoft senior product marketing manager for SharePoint Intranet, in this Tuesday announcement. However, the potentially important licensing and support changes associated with the subscription model weren’t described. Read More

What Apple users should expect when using Microsoft 365 subscriptions

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Microsoft offers a variety of Microsoft 365 subscription plans that include a wide range of software applications and services. For starters, there are home plans and business plans. The two home plans are Microsoft 365 Family, which costs $99.99 annually, supports up to six people and includes up to 6TB of cloud storage, whereas the Microsoft 365 Personal plan at $69.99 is designed for a single user and provides just 1TB of cloud storage. Read More

SharePoint’s Migration Manager makes it easier to import content from Box, Dropbox, and Google Workspace

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Microsoft has announced some important updates for its SharePoint Migration Manager, a tool that helps organizations migrate their on-premises content to Microsoft 365. These new capabilities will enable admins to easily move their files and folders from third-party cloud storage providers, including Box, Dropbox, and Google Workspace, directly from the SharePoint admin center. Read More