When you have been using Microsoft Flow for a while and you implement business critical processes then you might find that the multiple environments in Flow works well, as you can create multipl e copies of your flows and keep them separated. Quite quickly however you will also want to separate your data. But one … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – How to create multiple environments for Development, UAT and Production
Once you have started with Microsoft Flow in your production environments you will find that you want to update those Flows without affecting the existing production flows. Small changes you might dare to risk but what if you have a number of days work to do to existing flows. How do you now update those … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Manage your flow solution in production and development
Many years ago one of my customers had 4 environments for each of their IT systems. Live Like-Live (this is where you test your issues in production) Test Development I've now worked with SharePoint for many years and I have found that many organisations only use a production, and when lucky, a test environment. Very … Continue reading Office 365 – Do you take the risk?