Microsoft recently announced their new Power Platform DLP (Data Loss Prevention) capabilities. This blogpost will guide you through these new capabilities. Please note that these changes are currently in public preview so it’s not GA yet. New wizard First of all, a whole new wizard for assigning DLP policies has been introduced. Old wizard Remember […]

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My name is Rik de Koning and I work as a Functional Consultant for Portiva, which is one of the larger Office 365 implementation partners in The Netherlands. I started my career in 2011 as a SharePoint support engineer and in 2013, I went to become a SharePoint consultant where I did various projects on SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Server 2013. In the last couple of years I started focusing more and more on Office 365, especially on SharePoint Online, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. I like being challenged and for PowerApps and Flow being quite new, there are always some challenges when implementing these services. When I’m not working, I like spend some time with my family (girlfriend and son), hang out with friends, do some sports (like fitness, running, kitesurfing and snowboarding) playing videogames and just relax a little. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me!

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