Every year, we bring together thousands of Microsoft partners from around the world to celebrate, connect, and learn about what’s coming in the next year. Just last week, I had the chance to join this year’s Microsoft Inspire with 13,000 of our partners in Las Vegas, and it was an amazing week full of energy
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At Microsoft Ignite 2023, witness firsthand how Power Platform and Microsoft Dataverse are activating the strength of your enterprise data using AI.
At Build this year, I’m excited to announce investments for professional developers on our Power Platform. The Power Platform is a low code platform that enables organizations to analyze data, act on it through applications, and automate business processes. It allows everyone, from the professional developer to the frontline worker, to participate in driving better
In the government world, I hear from civic leaders and IT staff who understand how the cloud and modern data technologies could improve efficiency and the citizen experience of government. These government leaders and staff know their technology challenges better than anyone else: governments often have legacy systems, staff struggle to make changes to customer
There has been a lot of energy surrounding Microsoft’s Power Platform lately. A couple of weeks ago during a presentation he gave on campus, Satya Nadella talked about the importance of the Power Platform and how it serves as a core offering for our customers. Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, and the Power Platform on top