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As part of our ongoing support for our customers, we provide both formal and informal training around the services and products we implement. From a few recent experiences, I wanted to share some overall suggestions on how to plan and present a successful training session on technical topics. Over a series of blogs, I will share some of the planning and content suggestions that have worked well in the past. This blog will focus on training for your internal support team, and how their understanding of the system will be different from everyday users.

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Businesses have significant reasons to move forward with technology purchases before the end of 2016. Because of the value of accelerated deductions vs. recovery over time, you may find it valuable to better understand these tax provisions and determine if they can work to your advantage.

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Preview our latest newsletter which features articles about Microsoft Dynamics 365, moving your phone system to the Cloud, Upcoming Webinars, Events, and much more!

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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 the attacker has done and we’ve all seen the repercussions from such attacks in the news.

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In this blog, I’m going to cover Dynamics 365 pricing and licensing for the Dynamics 365 Enterprise Edition. Dynamics 365 launches on November 1st and offers an Enterprise Edition and a Business Edition.  Check out Dave’s blog from earlier this week that covers the introduction of these new products.

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As part of our ongoing support for our customers, we provide both formal and informal training around the services and products we implement.  From a few recent experiences, I wanted to share some overall suggestions on how to plan and present a successful training session on technical topics. Over a series of blogs, I will share some of the planning and content suggestions that have worked well in the past.

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As part of our ongoing support for our customers, we provide both formal and informal training around the services and products we implement.  From a few recent experiences, I wanted to share some overall suggestions on how to plan and present a successful training session on technical topics. Over a series of blogs, I will share some of the planning and content suggestions that have worked well in the past.

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As part of our ongoing support for our customers, we provide both formal and informal training around the services and products we implement.  From a few recent experiences, I wanted to share some overall suggestions on how to plan and present a successful training session on technical topics. Over a series of blogs, I will share some of the planning and content suggestions that have worked well in the past. This blog will focus on some pre-planning and introduction to your audience.

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CRM 2016 U1 is here and it’s full of new enhancements! If you currently work in Dynamics CRM Online, then you’ve most likely received a notification to schedule your upgrade. I’ll bet you can’t wait to upgrade and take advantage of all the new features … but should you? Microsoft goes out of their way to ensure a smooth transition between their versions, but there is some deprecated functionality that will affect your system.

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In this latest version, we’ve tested & certified that CRM for Distribution is ready for the latest release of Microsoft CRM 2016.  We’ve also added enhancements to the sales history process and the Outlook client, as well as implemented some fixes to ensure CRM for Distribution is running optimally.  Please reach out to discuss scheduling your upgrade.

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