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SharePoint is a great tool for storing and working with data, but it's not always the best for presenting it to others. Oftentimes, charts are better for helping others quickly understand what data you're trying to convey. Unfortunately, SharePoint doesn't offer you the native ability to build charts. Lucky for you, SharePoint offers you the ability to transfer data into Power BI so you can build reports. Let's take a look at what you need to to use SharePoint data in Power BI.
Offices 365 is a set of fantastic services that enrich your organization’s communication and collaboration abilities. Many organizations are already using Microsoft 365 capabilities for their intranet portal software and collaboration needs. You can utilize the Microsoft 365 Usage Analytics within Power BI to get valuable insights on how your organization is adopting various Office 365 services. Want to know what are the information and actions you can perform using this feature? Here it is:
With an aim to enable rapid development of enterprise-wide security reports, Microsoft launched a Microsoft Graph Security connector for Power BI along with a sample dashboard and template.With the new tool, users gain greater visibility into active threats and trends thus enabling them to better manage security and risk.Not just that you can now get a complete picture of your security alerts and secure score information across multiple security solutions with the cool dashboards.Further,you can mash up security data with data from the other Power BI connectors for richer context. The Power BI connector for Microsoft Graph also reduces the time and resources needed to integrate multiple data sources, simplifying the creation of reports across security solutions. You can integrate these graphs in solutions like contract management system and get a better picture of your data.
Power BI has completely transformed the way businesses utilize data to derive critical insights and thus make better informed decisions. Not just that easy to implement, Power BI offers robust access control and security through Active Directory (AD). As an organization grows,it becomes increasingly difficult for end users to discover and manage important Power BI content.
As announced by Microsoft on July 24, 2018, Power BI Management cmdlets are now available in Azure Cloud Shell, all thanks to the full support for .NET Core. Say no to frustrating version mismatches, PowerShell configuration issues or even assembly conflicts such as “Could not autoload matching module” or “Could not load file or assembly” with new functionality. Just head over to Azure Cloud Shell and run commands directly in the Azure data center where your Power BI tenant is hosted. The update is a great news for users who quickly want to get started without installing additional PowerShell modules locally.
Easily manage your Power BI content at scale with the new workspace experience. With the new environment, organizations can easily give access to Power BI apps using Office 365 Groups, distribution lists, security groups, and to individuals as well. In addition, they can give access through sharing individual items and manage access to workspace.
Power BI has helped organizations in leaps and bounds when it comes to power business intelligence and deriving crucial insights from data within minutes. It allows you to transform data and create reports and visuals that can be published across web and mobile devices.
Hello everyone! Welcome back to our Blog-Series: Latest Power BI Desktop Feature Updates-Part II. In case, you missed out on Part I of the blog series, please click below to read