Showing posts from December, 2023

AI as a Creative Partner: Transforming Industries and Ideas

In our fast-paced, technology-driven world, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer just a buzzword but a pivotal force reshaping how we work across various industries. This transformative power of AI extends beyond mere automation or data processing; it significantly enhances our creative abilities, enabling us to connect ideas in innovative ways. In this blog post, we will explore the burgeoning role of AI, particularly in the realm of Software as a Service (SaaS), and highlight the importance of adopting a creator’s mindset in the AI era. I will also share my personal experience of how AI has revolutionized my approach to content creation. AI is revolutionizing industries far and wide, from healthcare to finance, by offering advanced data analysis, predictive modelling, and sophisticated automation capabilities. A prime example of this is how SaaS platforms like Nintex integrate AI into their workflow automation services, showcasing the dynamic evolution of SaaS solutions. In the

Navigating the Maze of Automation Licensing: How Restrictive Policies Impede Progress and the Path to Simplified Solutions

The restrictive licensing policies implemented by Microsoft in Power Automate have been a topic of significant discussion and concern in the IT community. Microsoft has initiated licensing enforcement in Power Automate, stipulating that flows (automated processes) must meet specific requirements, or they will be turned off. This enforcement applies to various flows, and there are particular criteria for what constitutes a "proper" license, such as a Dynamics 365 License or a Power Automate per User License. Certain scenarios require an additional Power Automate per flow license, adding complexity and potential cost to the automation setup. One major concern is the impact on flows run by a service principal or non-interactive user. This licensing enforcement could require additional licenses for all flows in downstream environments, significantly increasing the cost, especially for larger organizations. The enforcement also includes specific exclusions, such as flows using fir