Speaker "Haniel Croitoru" Details Back



The Importance of Governance in Managing Microsoft's Low Code/No Code Development Platform


You've managed to get Power Platform introduced and even adopted within your organization, which is awesome. But are you sure that everyone is using it the way they should? Are you up at night wondering whether • Do my citizen developers know the confines in which they can and should build solutions? • Are there apps and flows that are beyond the rights and capabilities of my citizen developers? • Is any of my organizational business data being compromised? • Are my citizen developers able to leverage Power Platform for their business needs without negatively impacting themselves or their peers? • Are my citizen developers following organizational best practices recommended by my IT department? • Is my IT department being taxed with additional support for flow makers beyond their means? If you've answered yes to any of these questions, then you shouldn't miss this session, where I will introduce and demonstrate topics such as • Data Loss Prevention in Power Platform • Building a governance matrix to establish what solutions should be owned by whom • Leveraging the Power Apps Center of Excellence to audit and report on flow usage within your organization • Create an audit trail of activities performed by users • Creating organizational templates
Who is this presentation for?
Anyone involved in developing solutions using; or managing the Power Platform.
Prerequisite knowledge:
Knowledge of governance concepts and Power Platform are an asset.
What you'll learn?
Key concepts for monitoring and restricting how the platform is used to reduce organizational risk.


Enterprise Architect and Microsoft MVP with over 20 years of experience in Microsoft 365. Since 2003 I have been focusing on delivering solutions to meet short term and long term business goals using Microsoft 365 workloads, such as SharePoint, Teams, Power Platform, and more. In addition to my professional tenure I've always been a big proponent of sharing knowledge and giving back to the community through presenting at numerous conferences and networking meetings on the topics of utilizing Microsoft 365 for business process optimization, effective collaboration and communication, and managing projects using the platform. Prior to entering the Microsoft 365 arena, I spent a number of years in the medical imaging industry where I helped launch an orthopedic software division and published four patents and numerous articles. I hold a Masters of Science in Computer Science with a specialty in Computer-Assisted Orthopedic Surgery from Queen’s University and a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from the York Schulich School of Business, and am a PMI-certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP).