Microsoft Flow is a very rich and powerful tool that users can leverage to automate tasks and manage business processes by connecting to over 200 different SaaS and line of business systems. But, with this amount of power, there are naturally some concerns about governing what users are doing to ensure there isn’t sensitive data leaking from a corporate boundary.
With this in mind, Microsoft continues to invest in Admin experiences to give IT Admins the visibility and control that they need. For organizations that embrace this transformational technology, rewards await through increased productivity that can be achieved through citizens automating their workflows.
What’s in store for you?
This whitepaper will give you a detailed understanding of the following:
- Introduction to Microsoft Flow and its target audience
- Core features of Microsoft Flow
- What is the level of Administration capabilities
- Microsoft Flow licensing model
Kent Weare has worked on projects for the Canadian Federal Government, a multi-national bank in New York City and integrated Health Care projects throughout Canada. His role as a Senior Enterprise Architect and Integration allows him to get involved in a variety of technology projects for a large Energy company. Since 2004, Kent has been very active in the Integration space having worked with every version of BizTalk from 2004 onwards. He has also spent time using competitor tools including Intersystems, IBM and MuleSoft. He is very passionate about Architecture especially if it involves integrating different systems.