September has been a bustling and exhilarating month for us at AxioWorks, filled with advancements, collaborations, and a whole lot of tech talk. From our inaugural webinar to strides in AI integration and a fantastic sponsorship opportunity, here’s a quick rundown of the highlights.
What has AxioWorks been up to?
We kicked off the month by successfully delivering our first Webinar, “Maximise the potential of your SharePoint infrastructure without the need for costly upgrades”. If you missed it, not to worry you can catch the full recording on YouTube here.
In other exciting news, our work on integrating AI with SharePoint Document Libraries is progressing even better than we’d hoped. The level of interest in our prototype has been overwhelming, to say the least. To catch a glimpse of this innovation, check out the tail end of our webinar’s video where we showcase it.
That’s not all. We had the pleasure of sponsoring and exhibiting at CollabDays Bletchley Park 2023 for the third (or is it the 4th?) consecutive year, an absolutely top-notch “boutique” event for everything Microsoft 365. Held at The National Museum of Computing (simply the coolest venue on the planet!) this is easily one of our favourite events of the year. For more information on the event, visit CollabDays Bletchley Park and The National Museum of Computing.
Stay tuned, stay inspired, and as always, thank you for being a pivotal part of our journey.
Focus blog entry: The Collaborative Pathway: Bridging Minds in the AI Ecosystem
Recently, a chat with a fellow entrepreneur in the AI space made me realise that a significant amount of our projects were strikingly similar. This isn’t just happening in our corner of the industry, but seems to be a wider trend. It raises the question: are we all duplicating efforts in a rush to build AI solutions? It’s got me pondering the untapped potential of collaboration for more innovative and successful outcomes.
Read all about it in this month’s article: The Collaborative Pathway: Bridging Minds in the AI Ecosystem.
MS365 feature of the month: Replicate and Synchronise SharePoint List to Dataverse (Part1)
Welcome to Part 1 of our two-part video series, where we delve into the nitty-gritty of replicating and synchronising SharePoint list items with #Dataverse Tables within the #PowerPlatform. This series aims to offer a comprehensive guide for those looking to into data transfer between these two platforms.
Check our YouTube video here: Replicate and Synchronise SharePoint List to Dataverse (Part1).
Here is a small selection of interesting articles from the net.
Stairway to SQL Server Security
SQL Server has everything you need to secure your server and data against today’s sophisticated attacks. But before you can use these security features effectively, you need to understand the threats you face and a few basic security concepts. This first stairway level provides a foundation so that you can take full advantage of the security features in SQL Server without wasting time on features that do nothing to protect against specific threats to your data.
Data Intelligence on light speed: Microsoft Fabric
When Synapse Analytics was created, technical sessions inspired me with some comparisons and explanations, and I reproduced them in my own technical sessions and writing. Synapse was created from a request from many Microsoft customers. They requested to be able to use one single tool for the entire data intelligence platform: Ingest Data, store, process, query, apply data science, and generate reports.
Welcome to the new era of SharePoint and OneDrive in Microsoft 365
Today, we embark on the next chapter for SharePoint and OneDrive. We are excited to share the latest SharePoint innovations that will make it simpler for customers to build compelling and engaging SharePoint sites and pages alongside a refreshed OneDrive experience. We, too, celebrate innovation across Microsoft Lists, Stream, and security and compliance updates.
That’s all folks, till next time.