Welcome to the FIRST Black Country PowerApps & Flow User Group. This is truly going to be a momentous occasion, not only for the technical community but also to be the first of it's type in the area.
Agenda for the Evening (run of events may change):
- 18:00 - 18:20 - Arrival & Networking
- 18:20 - 18:30 - Welcome
- 18:30 - 18:45 - Tales from the Trenches 1
- 18:45 - 19:30 - Making Apps Secure by Utilising the CDS Permission Model, presented by Jack Binnall
- 19:30 - 20:00 - Refreshments & Networking
- 20:00 - 20:15 - Tales from the Trenches 2
- 20:15 - 21:00 - The "G" Word - Flow Edition, presented by Matt Weston
- 21:00 - PowerPint!!
Making Apps Secure by Utilising the CDS Permission Model
Jack Binnall, Senior Consultant, CPS Solutions
This session will demonstrate how using the CDS can help secure your data for use with the Power Platform. Moving security to the data tier allows more focus on app functionality.
The "G" Word - Flow Edition
Matt Weston, Principal Consultant, Ricoh
Flow, especially in large organisations, can quickly become out of control. Within this session we will explore some ideas which will help you to build and maintain Governance around Microsoft Flow. We will look at the technical options, the process options, and discuss ideas of how to make this work for you.
Stourbridge is extremely accessible by most forms of transport.
If you are travelling by motorway, exit the M5 at Junction 4 and follow the A491 towards Stourbridge. When you reach the end of the A491, you will face an island with traffic signals, take the 4th exit (Dual Carriageway) onto the A456. Stay in your left hand lane and at the traffic lights, take the filter lane back onto the A491 towards Stourbridge. At the next island, take the 3rd exit (locals all know to get into the right hand lane for this). Follow the road to the next island, and take your first exit, driving down the hill to the Stourbridge Junction mini roundabout. Take the 3rd exit (almost coming back on yourself) and turn immediately left. The Green Duck Brewery is on your right hand side just before you reach the junction. Just look out for the green door!
The closest train station is Stourbridge Junction which is approx a 5 minute walk from the Green Duck Brewery. If you are catching the train from Birmingham, you will need to board at Birmingham Snow Hill (10 minute dawdle from New Street). For those coming from the North West, you can change at Wolverhampton, and then again at Smethwick Galton Bridge to avoid Birmingham.
For those travelling from the South West, trains are available from Worcester Shrub Hill.#Flow#PowerApps