The Workplace Analytics team is excited to announce our feature updates for June (see past blog articles here). In this update, you’ll discover the latest, including:
Organizational effectiveness analyses
Parallelize HR upload
Organizational ef… Continue reading Workplace Analytics – June 2019: Feature updates
Hi there! Stanislav Belov here, and you are reading the next issue of the Infrastructure + Security: Noteworthy News series!
As a reminder, the Noteworthy News series covers various areas, to include interest… Continue reading Infrastructure + Security: Noteworthy News (June, 2019)
Microsoft SharePoint Online Search is an integral part of SharePoint Online and it is the backbone of many features across Office 365. Below is a list of a few features that are driven by search and used daily:
Enterprise Search center
Lis… Continue reading Introduction to SharePoint Online Search
The Documentation for Azure Information Protection been updated on the web and the latest content has a June 2019 (or later) date at the top of the article.
This month saw a new preview version of the Azure Information unified labeling client, w… Continue reading Azure Information Protection Documentation Update for June 2019
As a Power BI service admin, do you frequently need to list all workspaces in your tenant, and all reports, dashboards, and datasets in those workspaces as well? If the answer is yes, you probably had to build your solution such that in a first call, all workspaces had to be retrieved by using the GetGroupsAsAdmin API or the Get-PowerBIWorkspace cmdlet. It was then necessary to loop through the result set to make additional calls to get the reports, datasets and dashboards within each workspace by using the GetReportsInGroupAsAdmin, GetDashboardsInGroupAsAdmin, GetDatasetsInGroupAsAdmin APIs or the Get-PowerBIReport, Get-PowerIBDashboard, and Get-PowerBIDataset cmdlets respectively. Unfortunately, this approach is slow and inefficient. In a large Power BI environment, it is even impractical. There must be a better and more efficient way!
The secret to avoiding these expensive loops is in the OData Expand Query Option ($expand)and I am proud to announce the recent release of support for $expand in the GetGroupsAsAdmin API!
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This article was written by George Young, Access developer and .NET applications consultant
Access in a Cloud-First Mobile-First World
This month, we launch a regular series of posts on how Microsoft Access can survive, indeed thrive, in the brav… Continue reading Access is a Hybrid Cloud Superstar, part 1