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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.
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.