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Monthly Archives: January 2017

It is estimated that by 2021 there will be over 46 billion connected devices… That’s a lot of connections. This includes everything from cellphones, coffee makers, washing machines, headphones, lamps, wearable devices and almost anything else you can think of. Default passwords are one of the major contributing factors to large-scale security compromises. Attackers can easily identify and access internet-connected devices that use shared default passwords.

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A lot of companies set up their mission critical equipment and forget about it. Over time, they continue to add equipment and wires but don’t always continue to think about the aesthetics of the room. A disorganized network closet might allow your business to run but will not allow for quick diagnoses. When those systems fail, it could add a significant amount of time for a technician to diagnose the issue. So, it might be time to do some spring cleaning in your network closet or server room.

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Preview our latest newsletter which features articles about Password Security, Cleaning up your Network Room, Application Training, Microsoft’s RemoteApp, Upcoming Webinars, Events, and much more!

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You may already be familiar with Remote Desktop Services, or Terminal Services through Microsoft. Remote Desktop Services are traditionally server based environments to provide a unified desktop experience for a collection of users. Users log into a remote desktop and are provided access to applications and desktop settings by an IT administrator.

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By now, most of you have incorporated some form of automated sales tasks into your organization. It may be enabling appointment scheduling on your website to sending automated emails for customers with expiring contracts. Congratulations, you’ve made more efficient use of your sales team’s time! You’ve empowered

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Beringer Associates is always looking for new and innovative ways to make Microsoft Dynamics CRM work for you and your business.  With the new Dynamics 365 December 2016 updates finally here, there are plenty of new and exciting features to explore.  One enhancement I’d like to show you today will be the Custom Icons available to System Customizers and Developers for Entity Views.

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Working with MSCRM 2016 on-premise always presents a few issues when working within an unknown network or configuring things a bit differently than what all the instructions say. One example is configuring ADFS after installing it from the Windows 2012 add features/roles wizard. Once installed,

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In early November Microsoft released Outlook Customer Manager, a light CRM solution for Outlook. It is available to customers who subscribe to Office 365 Business Premium initially. The primary record types include Companies, Contacts, Deals and Activities. Deals are sales opportunities allowing you to track potential revenue.

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Previously, we introduced the top 3 questions asked when considering an upgrade to Dynamics 365  (when, licensing, and new features). In conclusion, we identify key items needed for a full upgrade path:   Update Custom Components, Code and Migrate Data An admin or developer may need to

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