Using Microsoft’s Low-Code Platform Securely
Settings for more security
If you have made these three configurations, users can still view data and possibly use it for unwanted purposes. The low-code platforms PowerApps and PowerAutomate are free, so anyone with a private account can use the services. So it would be conceivable for the user to use their private service and use their corporate account to connect to the data source. All that is needed is a live or private Microsoft account to create workflows and apps. The connection to the data is then established with the company account.
By the way: There are different connectors, for example premium connectors or connectors from other providers, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox or Adobe.
By the way: Microsoft's low-code platform can also be used in Teams. Environments are automatically created for this purpose - for every Microsoft Teams that you use for this purpose. Currently, you can only turn this off by deactivating PowerApps and PowerAutomate within Teams.