As Microsoft technology evolves their platforms specific features and functionality will be retired from service. Recently Microsoft notified several customers this past week about retiring the "Access Control Service" being depreciated:
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With the Scribe Adapter for Dynamics CRM, there is a feature that allows you to customize the time zone that should be used when migrating and integrating date/time fields.
After doing several data migrations into CRM Online, I noticed that the process was slower than with the on premise data migrations that I have done in the past. For projects with relatively small data sets, this may not always cause a huge issue since it is still possible to get the data migration done over several days or a weekend; however with large data sets, it could end up taking weeks or even months to fully complete a data migration. To get to the bottom of it and find out what improvements could be made, I rece
"I need my web site to capture information about my customers and have that flow into Microsoft Dynamics CRM. You can do that, right Josh?" Well, if I have my developer hat on, I would think, "Well with enough time or money I can do pretty much anything in CRM!" While this certainly is true, our customers would often appreciate a solution such as this without the custom development work and without all the heavy technical lifting typically associated with a request like this.