Microsoft Power Platform is empowering you to do more with less by making it easier than ever to securely scale low-code, increase organizational collaboration for accelerated innovation, and infuse AI and automation into all of your business processes.
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On January 25, 2024, we published the 2024 release wave 1 plans for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform, a compilation of new capabilities planned to be released between April 2024 and September 2024. This first release wave of the year offers hundreds of new features and improvements.
We are thrilled to announce Managed Environments for Microsoft Power Platform is now generally available in all regions.
Make the most of Microsoft Ignite! To help you do so for this three-day hybrid event, we have rounded up the must-see sessions and speakers for all things Microsoft Power Platform.
I’m excited that today, the first day of the inaugural Microsoft-sponsored Power Platform Conference, will support opportunities for upskilling through low-code. This Microsoft community-led event is a celebration of the passion and ingenuity of the Microsoft Power Platform community and will help attendees build new skills with low-code technologies.
We are excited to announce a new flexible way for you to pay for Microsoft Power Automate. Currently, admins must predict licensing needs in advance, then purchase licenses, and assign them to makers for them to start using premium features of Power Automate. While this works for situations where admins understand their licensing needs in
Today, we are thrilled to announce a major new pillar investment area of Microsoft Power Platform: a capability called Managed Environments. Managed Environments offer a set of enhanced out-of-the-box governance capabilities that will simplify, automate, and streamline IT administration of Microsoft Power Platform at scale. The first wave of Managed Environment capabilities is now available
Microsoft Power Platform has led the low code/no-code revolution across the globe, transforming opportunities for individuals and businesses to foster a deeper learning culture of empowering everyone from business users, IT pros, and citizen developers to pro developers. Today, we are thrilled to announce the first dedicated Microsoft Power Platform Conference in the United States
We want to extend a big thanks to everyone who joined us at Microsoft Build 2022. It was a jam-packed few days of sessions, announcements, and live interactive discussions with the global community—more content than anyone could tune into live. Most of the content is now available on-demand—including session videos, transcripts, presentations, and related content.
For years, we’ve spoken about the four million developer shortage and the struggle to find technical talent that 86 percent of organizations face. t Microsoft Power Platform, we’ve sought to help alleviate some of these gaps over the years with tooling such as the capability to build custom connectors and APIs that directly integrate into Power Platform.
Low-code or no-code platforms such as Microsoft Power Platform are transforming app and software development by drawing in new users with a low barrier to entry and shallow learning curve. Featuring capabilities like prebuilt templates, drag-and-drop simplicity, and quick deployment, Microsoft Power Platform helps users of all specialties (IT teams, business analysts, citizen developers, and
Today, we are thrilled to announce the preview of Microsoft Power Pages, the fifth product in the Microsoft Power Platform family. Whether you’re a low-code maker or professional developer, this low-code, scalable, and secure solution empowers you to build business-centric websites quickly and easily.
This year at Microsoft Build, Microsoft Power Platform is making low-code faster, easier to use, and more innovative for all developers. Today we’re announcing an exciting new Microsoft Power Platform product and many new capabilities across Microsoft Power Platform that include: Create modern business websites with the new Microsoft Power Pages As a new, standalone