The preview feature has now hit general availability, bringing the ability to protect sensitive information from report viewers. This is part of Power BI's recent push towards enhanced security.
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The latest cumulative update introduces new features such as high availability support for Hadoop components and base image upgrading from Ubuntu 16.04 to Ubuntu 20.04, among others.
With previous phases having completed, general availability for the release wave 1 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform is now underway, and is set to continue for the next six months.
The new Azure Resource Manager-based model, boasting feature parity with Cloud Services (classic), as well as regional resiliency and ARM capabilities, has now been made generally available.
In addition to direct access sharing in Power BI, reports will be able to be shared through links as well. The changes in this regard are set to be introduced at the end of this month.
The latest aircraft, the CRJ 550/700, comes as a result of the collaboration between Asobo Studio and Aerosoft, and becomes the first one of such a complex nature to be introduced to the title.
Launching this month, the new certification will be offered to Microsoft Azure administrators, with the exam set to reach general availability once the beta exams have been scored.
Following on from last week's announcement of three new clouds, the preview dates for these industry clouds have now been revealed, alongside an update for Cloud for Healthcare, launched last year.
Along with the rumored Power Fx launch now being confirmed, Microsoft has also revealed further features for its Power Platform services, including Power BI and Power Virtual Agents.
Not only is a new Dynamics 365 application coming in preview, but Microsoft's customer relationship management platform is receiving new integrations with Teams as well, alongside other new features.
The Power BI On-premises data gateway update for this month introduces a name change for the Azure Cosmos DB Connector, a .NET framework update, in addition to other changes as well.
The team-up with Hewlett Packard Enterprise will be centered around delivering Azure capabilities to space through HPE's Spaceborne Computer-2, which is set to be launched this month.
The latest datacenter region will be based in Georgia's Fulton and Douglas Counties. This new effort is considered a significant part of Microsoft's recent commitment to growth in the Atlanta region.
The first major release wave for this year focuses on features and capabilities that are set to be released from April through September, with early access poised to begin next month.
The newest Availability Zones are aimed at providing more resiliency to the South Central U.S. region, enabling key functionalities including Site Recovery, built-in data replication, and more.
The new model, now in preview, extends the functionality of the classic Cloud Services model, and also offers additional Azure Resource Model capabilities such as role-based access.
The Azure Quantum Developer Workshop will focus on Microsoft and its industry partners sharing their endeavors in the field of quantum computing, and will include tech demos and a live Q&A.
The digital event will focus on promoting the learning of Azure SQL and Azure Data Factory among the technical community, offering the opportunity to interact with members of the Azure Data team.
The latest partnership focuses on accelerating the commercialization of self-driving vehicles. It also sees Microsoft become Cruise's and General Motor's preferred cloud provider.
The public preview of the Dynamics 365 B2B e-commerce functionality has now been released, alongside the launch of Cloud for Retail. Firms that utilize Dynamics 365 have also been highlighted.
The New Year's Sale for the title offers a variety of interesting offers, including up to 100 sale items at 33% off. The sale will continue for a fortnight through Monday, January 4.
Power BI has received a host of new updates this month. The final update for this year is now rolling out, with some new capabilities being featured, as well as some recent ones being highlighted.
The latest version of the Nonprofit Accelerator contains improvements to help navigate COVID-19's impacts. Associated newly published models and guidance have been made available on GitHub.
Microsoft has detailed how Power BI users using the Premium per user capability - which was introduced earlier this year - can leverage an enhanced deployment pipeline creations experience.
The new capability is now being introduced to Desktop, after coming to Power BI last year. This introduction continues with the addition of recent data protection capabilities brought to Power BI.
The new Admin APIs for Microsoft's data visualization platform will aim to improve the efficiency and performance of the Power BI scan, in order to help support a higher frequency of data assets.
The December update for the On-premises data gateway brings a few new things to report on, aside from the usual new version of the mashup engine that is often the highlight of these updates.
With large model support making it to general availability a year on, new capabilities including user interface enhancements, multi-geo support, and more have been unveiled for the release as well.
Microsoft's IoT platform which allows for the formation and analyzation of digital replicas of real-world places is now generally available, along with key partner solutions for Digital twins.
Full reports can now be included as PowerPoint or PDF attachments in Power BI Premium workspaces. The public preview of the Premium per user capability has also been fully rolled out.
Not only has the amount of capabilities for Azure Government been increased, but Azure Government Secret has been expanded as well, accompanying the announcement of a new cloud dubbed "Top Secret".
Microsoft has highlighted the ways in which its ElectionGuard software is being made use of. The firm also plans to detail more of the software's use in traditional voting systems in the future.
Aside from the introduction of the new data governance platform termed Azure Purview, Microsoft has also announced that its Azure Synapse Analytics service has reached general availability.
Template app publishers will now be able to automate installation configurations for their customers. The new capability completely eliminates parameter configuration from the user end.
In order to help ensure safe and secure distribution of COVID-19 vaccines approaching FDA approval, Microsoft has provided guidance regarding key elements for vaccine management platforms.
This week, there is a bunch of news to go around regarding Flight Simulator deliverables, including information on the closed beta for VR, the publicly available SDK, the Partnership series, and more.
The manufacturing multinational will be bringing domain-specific applications built on Microsoft's cloud platform to market. More ways to innovate the industrial workplace will also be explored.
Set for a November 10 release for Xbox consoles, the latest entry in the Gears of War series has now gone gold, bringing a new list of achievements worth a Gamerscore of 400, and more.
The firm has introduced a new production use case for early drug discovery, utilizing the PyTorch framework alongside Microsoft's Azure Machine Learning to support the latest research.
This week at Microsoft's virtual Ignite conference, we got a chance to interview Power BI CVP Arun Ulag, discussing announcements made regarding the Power Platform, and the future of Power BI.