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Get a crash course in Microsoft Power BI for less than $30

Mashable

If you want to really impress your boss when you go back to the office in person, consider learning Microsoft Power BI, the go-tool Microsoft tool for data analysis. Not sure where to start? Consider this nine-course Power BI training, which is on sale for a limited time. The first course teaches you how to get results by pulling data and creating charts based on your findings. After that, you'll move on to the advanced features of Power BI, including merging and duplicating queries, DAX, and different kinds of formatting.


Learn Microsoft Power BI, Excel, VBA, and Access For $29

PCWorld

Whether a company is considering a rebrand or evaluating the feasibility of a new product, it's likely to consult the analytics and insights derived from its data before moving forward with any initiative. That's why understanding data analysis tools, like Microsoft Excel and Access, can dramatically increase your value to employers on the market. Of course, these programs have a reputation for being dense and tough for newcomers to grasp, but the Microsoft Data Analysis Bundle can help you navigate past the learning curve and leverage these tools as a valuable data analysis expert, and it's on sale today for $29.


Announcing new Power Platform capabilities at Microsoft Ignite - Microsoft Power Platform Blog

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This year at Microsoft Ignite, we are announcing a set of new capabilities across Power Platform that enable business users (Citizen Developers), business analysts, IT admins, and professional developers to build and deliver applications faster and more cost-effectively. Be sure to watch our featured sessions--What's next for the Microsoft Power Platform and Driving a Data Culture with Power BI for a deep dive into these capabilities, as well the news story and featured session for Dynamics 365 for a comprehensive view of innovation across Microsoft Business Applications that can drive innovation and customer excellence across the organization. Since first introducing RPA in Microsoft Power Automate at Ignite in 2019, hundreds of thousands of organizations have adopted Power Automate and are now automating billions of actions each month. In 2020, we introduced Power Automate Desktop, which extended automation capabilities in Power Automate to on-premises processes and local desktop tasks. Today, we are continuing this momentum by announcing that Power Automate Desktop, which offers RPA capabilities that easily automate time-consuming manual work, will be available to Windows 10 users at no additional cost.


Microsoft Power Automate Fundamentals

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On this training you will learn the basic concepts for Microsoft and Azure Cloud to understand the concepts and features to design and plan your Power Automate Implementation for your Business. Microsoft Power Platform is a line of business intelligence, app development, and app connectivity software applications. Microsoft developed the Power Fx low-code programming language for expressing logic across the Power Platform. It also provides integrations with GitHub and Teams. Power Automate is a versatile automation platform that integrates seamlessly with hundreds of apps and services. Power Automate can be used to get notifications, synchronize files, approve requests, collect data, and much more.


Microsoft's Power BI business analytics tool learns new tricks

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Back in 2015, Microsoft launched a highly visual Power BI data exploration and interactive reporting tool into general availability. The service is now in active use at 200,000 different organizations and the team has shipped 400 updates and new features over the course of the last two years. Current users span a wide gamut and include the likes of the Seattle Seahawks, CA Technologies, Heathrow Airport and local Seattle TV station King 5. For the second time since the launch of Power BI, Microsoft is hosting a user conference for the product, which is taking place in Seattle this week. "We are seeing uptake being exponentially in nature," Microsoft general manager for Power BI Kamal Hathi told me ahead of this week's event, which attracted over 2,500 Power BI users.