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The Good and the Bad With Calculated and Rollup Fields in Dynamics CRM

Posted: Jan 27th, 2016

So I am sure if you have been working with Dynamics CRM Online for any length of time you have probably at least heard of Calculated Fields and Rollup Fields.  To date I have found some great uses for these, but I have also run into some limitations.  I am sure they will continue to improve with further updates to the product, but I would like to take a little bit of time and go through the upsides and also the limitations of these two features.

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Spring Release: Basic Navigation

Posted: May 12th, 2015

When you first sign into Microsoft Dynamics CRM, the main page which displays the default dashboard will be presented. The great thing about MS Dynamics CRM 2015 Spring Release is that the layout is even more user-friendly than before and navigating around is quite simple.

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Spring Release: Basic Navigation

Posted: May 12th, 2015

When you first sign into Microsoft Dynamics CRM, the main page which displays the default dashboard will be presented. The great thing about MS Dynamics CRM 2015 Spring Release is that the layout is even more user-friendly than before and navigating around is quite simple.

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Office 365 Has Built In Anti-Spam & Anti-Virus Protection For Your Users’ Mailboxes!

Posted: Feb 12th, 2015

Many organizations are looking into migrating to Office 365 and trying to justify the cost and peace of mind that it brings. Microsoft Forefront Online Protection for Exchange is included as part of the Exchange Online subscription with Office 365. It’s there to help block malware from reaching your users’ inboxes and at no extra cost. This is an enterprise-class anti-virus and anti-spam service that uses anti-spam technology to identify spam while letting legitimate messages through with a high degree of accuracy.

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Dynamics GP in Long-Term Care Facilities

Posted: Dec 29th, 2013

A few weeks back I had an interesting conversation with a long-term care (LTC) facility about their technology infrastructure and the idea of utilizing Microsoft Dynamics GP to meet their needs.  As an organization they seem resistant to making IT changes and investments despite the fact they are somewhat behind the times. The conversation was prompted by a realization they need to be far more efficient compared to years past, and continued changes to regulations hold them to an ever higher level of accountability.

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