Welcome to this month’s edition of the AxioWorks newsletter! We’re thrilled to bring you updates on our recent participation at ESPC23, an exciting new partnership with Syskit, and the latest enhancements to our SQList product.
What has AxioWorks been up to?
This month has been exceptionally eventful and productive for us, and we’re eager to share the highlights with you, starting with ESPC23 in Amsterdam, where we had the opportunity to exhibit. The event was a resounding success, providing us with a platform to showcase SQList and engage in valuable discussions with numerous SharePoint users. These interactions were not only insightful but also instrumental in understanding the unique challenges faced in accessing SharePoint data. The feedback and ideas exchanged during these conversations are invaluable to us, and we are committed to incorporating them into our future developments.
In another exciting development, we are proud to announce our partnership with Syskit, experts in Microsoft 365 management and governance. This collaboration marks a significant milestone for us and brings with it a host of new opportunities slated for 2024. The expertise that Syskit brings to the table is bound to enhance our service offerings, and we are thrilled about the potential of this partnership. Moreover, we have more partnerships in the pipeline, each poised to bring additional value and innovation to our services and clients.
Lastly, we are pleased to inform you of the release of a new minor version of SQList, version 22.214.171.124. In response to popular demand, we have reintroduced the option to keep deleted items. This update is a testament to our commitment to listening to our users and continuously improving our products to meet your needs and expectations.
Thank you for your continued support and engagement with AxioWorks. Your feedback and interactions are the driving force behind our continuous improvement and innovation. We look forward to bringing you more updates and advancements in the near future.
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Focus blog entry: Why Support Legacy SharePoint Versions Like SharePoint 2010?
In the fast-paced world of technology, where new versions and updates are continuously rolled out, a recurring question often arises: “Why continue supporting legacy SharePoint versions like SharePoint 2010?” The answer, while seemingly straightforward, encapsulates a broader understanding of the technological landscape and the diverse needs of organisations.
Read all about it in this month’s article: Why Support Legacy SharePoint Versions Like SharePoint 2010?.
M365 feature of the month: Create and Run Power Automate Flow from Power Apps Canvas App
In our latest tutorial, we delve into the integration of Power Automate with Power Apps, specifically focusing on building and executing a Power Automate flow within a Power Apps Canvas App. This video serves as a comprehensive guide, demonstrating the process using a practical example: the creation of a Leave Request Application.
Check our YouTube video here: Create and Run Power Automate Flow from Power Apps Canvas App.
Here is a small selection of interesting articles from the net.
A 5-step journey to Microsoft governance rollout in 2023
In our day-to-day work with companies of various sizes and industries, business leaders and IT professionals are sharing with us that there’s a growing need for simplifying governance and improving their security posture.
Source Control with GIT, Power BI and Microsoft Fabric
Source control is fundamental when dealing with projects and sharing code between multiple developers.
Power BI present some challenges related to source control. But it’s finally providing us with a solution to these challenges. Let’s analyse this piece-by-piece. According to your previous knowledge, you may would like to skip some section of this article.
How to link Excel workbooks in SharePoint Online
Having consulted many organizations about SharePoint Online features for quite some time, I hear this question/request all the time, especially from finance folks. The question is whether or not you can link Excel documents in SharePoint Online and what happens to linked Excel documents after they are migrated from file shares to SharePoint Online.
That’s all folks, till next time.