Organizations that purchase the Office 365 E5 plan reap many benefits, including more than 23 different workloads and services. These services include hosted email, cloud storage, SharePoint, PowerApps, Power BI, Microsoft Flow, Teams, Skype for Business, Yammer, Cloud PBX and more.
While many companies are still trying to make the most of Exchange Online, SharePoint and OneDrive, there are other organizations that have shifted their attention to the Microsoft Power Platform, seeing that it can provide capabilities that go beyond SharePoint. Power Platform consists of the three main products: PowerApps, Power BI and Microsoft Flow. In some ways, Microsoft Power Platform competes with SharePoint, and, in others, it replaces it. Here is how each of these components works.
Author: Reda Chouffani