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waldek
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Impact of the new Power Automate/Flow licensing on your organization

Recently Microsoft announced changes to Power Automate (Flow) and PowerApps licensing. Are you concerned about how these changes will impact your organization?

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I really don't think the reality of this has hit yet, with organisations where the value is massive and apparent I don't think there is much push back. That said I have a massive client who has loved all the features and potential of the Power Platform now reject it because of the licencing alone. I think those currently adopting are still in the early stages and the full feedback on this will take up to 6 months to fully surface. 

 

What is definitely happening is that SharePoint is being targeted as a data source for work its not ideally suited to simply because of the cost saving of having the data there. This will cause yet another bump in the I love / hate SharePoint history longer term as we get a speed and performance impact in the end tools (Automate and Power Apps) by using the wrong data source.

 

Sharon

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