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Monthly Archives: September 2016
Did you know that 75% of network attacks and intrusions come from exploiting weak or stolen passwords? How about that the average amount of time an attacker stays in a network before being detected is over 140 days? Once inside the network it’s next to impossible to tell what that attacker has done. We’ve all seen the repercussions from such attacks in the news.
That’s right. Recently the CRM Team staff here at Beringer worked diligently towards securing their MCP Certificates for the latest and greatest version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Certification tests are given through a Microsoft Partner to test our CRM Team’s ability to Manage, Install, and Customize the Dynamics CRM application. As one of those individuals at Beringer who took an exam, I’d like to share my experience in passing these exams and earning my MCP Certification.
Office Communications – make the environment informative and successful. Companies communicate with vendors and clients and other entities every day. You might ask yourself what else is necessary, or am I overlooking anything? What about the most important part of your organization, the staff…
How many cloud services does your enterprise rely on to keep your business running? If you are one of our clients, then I’m sure services like Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365 come to mind. Are you utilizing a virtual machine or SQL database in…
Are you having issues with your Wi-Fi? Are you using an average wireless access point (WAP) from a large department store? Have you considered that your WAP is the issue? Upgrading your WAP to a corporate wireless access system with Ruckus Wireless can get the complete coverage that you need.
Do you use both Dynamics CRM and Exchange/Outlook? In Dynamics CRM, you can synchronize your Tasks, Appointments and Contacts to Exchange/Outlook. This is helpful when wanting to use built in Exchange/Outlook features, such as those friendly appointment reminders. With most CRM systems, an open security model is applied to allow everyone visibility to all Activities and Contacts.