Microsoft Flows – You can now use Visio to create your Flows

For those running Office 365 Pro Click to Run with Visio, you can now use Visio to create your Microsoft Flows. At first, this is available for monthly channel (targeted) or Office Insider clients and a Visio Online P2. The minimum build number supporting this capability is Build 11231.xxx and later. You can check by opening the Visio backstage menu File\Account\About Visio Off course you also need to have a…

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Flow – You can use Flow to automate actions based on Cloud App Security event

If you are using the Cloud App Security (CAS) service, you can connect Microsoft Flow to it in order to automate actions like generating ticket in SIEM system, send notification to user and/or manager, disable account… To do so you must, off course, have an active Cloud App Security and Flow subscription. Then you need to generate a token to allow Flow to connect to CAS Connect to your Cloud…

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Flow/PowerApps – Changes are coming

You may already know Microsoft Flow and Microsoft PowerApps. If not, Flow is the ‘modern’ workflow solution to connect with multiple source (Office 365, external third party like Twitter or on-premises) available with Office 365 subscription or separately, while PowerApps is the solution to develop applications leveraging Microsoft technologies (Flow, Office 365 or Azure) or third party. Well, changes are coming in licensing for Flow and PowerApps. Starting February 2019,…

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