The new name for Common Data Services is Dataflex Pro. What about the non-Pro version then? That’s where the story gets really interesting, with a Microsoft Teams licensing bundle that will allow the creation of Power Apps on top of relational data for pretty much all Office users in the world.
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It’s that time of the year again when big announcements have been lined up for Microsoft Inspire, the (virtual) conference for the MSFT partner ecosystem. Last year the Inspire announcements gave us a wealth of changes for the way how the Power Apps, Power Automate and Dynamics 365 licensing model worked, but all the product names remained the same (as far as I recall, at least).
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