In the previous two posts in this series, we examined how resource grouping and tagging can help you organise your resources, but how do you ensure that new resources follow the rules? We can use the Azure Policy. It is a service you use to create, manage and assign policies.
Tags are helpful as you look to improve organization of your Azure resources. Tags allow us to associate custom details about our resource, in addition to the standard Azure properties.
As a financial institution operating many ATMs across the country and across continents, how can you use Office 365 to gain insights into external problems affecting your ATMs. I am not talking about internal issues such as ATMs running low on cash, but environmental problems such as vandalism, broken screens and dirty surroundings.
Azure Resource Groups helps you to organized resources into a coherent structure, a logical container for resources deployed on Azure.
In this post series, we will discuss the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) and how you can use it to control and organize your Azure resources.
Filtering on columns are very easy but not so much for lookup columns to another list for some of you. In this post, I will show you how you can easily do it.
Can I access any REST API endpoint from Microsoft Flow? Yes, you can, and it is surprisingly easy if you know how.
With Microsoft flow becoming an integral part of Office 365 and business process flow, knowing how to call a Flow from any application is very important.
Microsoft announced the new features coming to SharePoint web part for Office 365 by the close of the year, 2019. So what is new?
The SharPoint person or group field exposes a handful of important properties. This post will list them and serve as a reference to anyone who needs it.