Welcome to another exciting issue of our monthly Newsletter!
Each month, we try our best to bring to you content that is relevant and beneficial for you. So, if you would like us to cover any specific SQList feature or if you want to learn more about any SharePoint feature then please do let us know.
What has AxioWorks been up to?
The focus of this past month has been growth – growing our customer and partner base, and connecting more with our existing clients. We have successfully built new use cases which we will share with you very soon. We love hearing your feedback, so do not hesitate to email us with any suggestions.
We have also been growing our social media platforms. It is great to see what everybody is working on, inspired by, and looking for solutions to. As we have previously updated you, we are in the process of working on a new software update for you and our conversations with you help us create something that will hopefully solve some of the most challenging problems for SharePoint users.
AxioWorks Goes to Vegas
We are excited to announce that we will be visiting the annual Microsoft365 Collaboration Conference in Las Vegas between 7-9 of December, 2021. We hope to see you there!
Focus blog entry: Get the Power of Location-based analytics in Power BI using ArcGIS Maps
In today’s world, data analytics has to become pivotal for making informed decisions and decision-makers are always keen to find new and innovative ways to improve their knowledge about their customers. One of the key facets of that information is the geographic of your customers especially when your customers are geographically scattered around the county or World. This allows organizations to know which regions are performing well and where do they need to focus more to improve their presence. The most efficient way to present such information is through a map chart and the Power BI team recognized the importance of it which is why Microsoft has teamed up with ArcGIS to integrate their digital mapping and location analytics software solution in Power BI and provide their customers an exceptional mapping solution for presenting the geographical data. In this blog, we will take a look at this new mapping solution called ArcGIS for Power BI, how to utilize it using live data coming from SharePoint Lists and what benefits it presents to the customers.
Read all about it in this month’s article: Get the Power of Location-based analytics in Power BI using ArcGIS Maps.
SQList feature of the month: Export all Lists with Exclusions
This feature is accessible from Step 3 of replication when user select SharePoint lists for export, and it allows them to easily select all SharePoint Lists and mark the ones which you they don’t want to export at the time of replication.
The main benefit of this feature is that any new lists added to the SharePoint site will automatically become part of that replication and will be exported to the database as well. Therefore, users don’t have to add newly created lists manually in the replication to be exported.
If you want to know more details about this feature, check out the video blog explaining how it works: AxioWorks SQList Export all Lists with Exclusions
Here is a small selection of interesting articles from the net.
38M Records Were Exposed Online, Including Contact-Tracing Info
MORE THAN A thousand web apps mistakenly exposed 38 million records on the open internet, including data from a number of Covid-19 contact tracing platforms, vaccination sign-ups, job application portals, and employee databases. The data included a range of sensitive information, from people’s phone numbers and home addresses to social security numbers and Covid-19 vaccination status.
Power Apps Portals â€“ Did you remember to lock the door?
The internet lit up a bit yesterday as UpGuard posted an article on how Microsoft Power Apps default permissions “exposed millions”. Is this something you should panic about?
How to use API with the Microsoft Power Platform to create a Teams and SharePoint video library
Using OpenGraph.io as a gateway into third party services that may not otherwise offer direct integration with Power Apps and Power Automate and the rest of the Power Platform has proved incredibly useful.
Stack Overflow: Old .NET Framework Usage Still Beats ‘Most Loved’ .NET Core/.NET 5
The big annual Stack Overflow Developer Survey reveals some curious data points, like .NET Core/.NET 5 being the “most loved” non-web dev framework even though the old .NET Framework that it’s replacing is still being used more.
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