AppSheet – Security and Compliance – compendium
In this article, I will try to answer the most common questions about AppSheet application security.
You can also consider this article as a good resource to address any concerns your IT department has about implementing new solutions.
Each relevant subsection will provide a corresponding link with the source.
How are those bad guys and girls getting your passwords
In my earlier post I was going on and on about the issues with passwords and how we make the job for the attackers easier. I also mentioned that there are protection mechanisms and small changes in our habits that may help. Now it’s time to go a little bit into detail and see how exactly your credentials can be compromised. Don’t worry I won’t be too technical. I hope 😉
About the end of Excel
Some call it a king, others a fallen angel. Microsoft Excel. History knows brave people who, not recognizing other rulers, served only him. Presentation? No problem. Project management? Of course. Business application? Here you are. It sounds odd, but that’s often the case.
Array Sorting in Power Automate
Have you ever tried to find a function in Power Automate that sorts arrays? If you did, you most likely know that it isn’t there. But it is impossible?
Passwords and why they suck
A lot of history here, a lot of data loss, a lot of battles with your users. Passwords are essential in modern world or at least it seems so. So what is going on here?
Digital mess – three protips on how to use Microsoft Teams
Three protips on how to use Microsoft Teams
Developico Joins Google Cloud Partner Advantage
New ways to collaborate using No-Code tools and Citizen Development methodology
Citizen Development and Power Platform
The concept of “Citizen Development” generates more questions and wrinkles on foreheads of surprised listeners than the flash of understanding in the eyes, so today I will try to briefly (tl; dr – you know) tell what it’s all about.
Office 365 from the manager’s perspective
The first episode in a series about Office 365 and the apps available in it, based on my experiences as a manager.
3 basic rookie mistakes with Power Apps
Za chęcią nauki idą błędy – jest to niewątpliwie wspólny mianownik dla tych rozpoczynających swoją przygodę z Power Platform.
Bright ideas where to use Power Platform
If it’s not the first time you’ve encountered terms: Power Platform, Power Apps, Power Automate, but you don’t have a clue what to associate them with, you’re at the right place!
However, if you see them for the first time – I hope that my article will plant a seed of curiosity in a universally understood processes automation.