The Microsoft Common Data Service gives you the ability to quickly add data storage and modeling capabilities. This is very useful when you are building your Microsoft PowerApps and Flow applications, and need a location to securely store your data. Developers traditionally start with a SQL database for this data storage, but the Microsoft Common Data Service offers so much more. Here’s my top three reasons why I’ll use the Common Data Service for my next project.
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We recently discovered an issue with Outlook classifying legitimate Emails as junk. Valid emails from clients as well as emails from within our organization were being sent to our junk folder. Mail is classified as Junk in Exchange Online and within the Outlook client separately. We had the Junk Filtering in Outlook disabled before this problem started so for our case we knew it was an issue with Junk Filtering in Exchange Online.
The ability to store plain text notes, and attach photos and other document types to a record in Microsoft Dynamics CRM has always been a handy tool for collaborating amongst a team. With Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Update 1, we can now leverage the productivity and collaborative features of OneNote within CRM. Below is a feature comparison between traditional CRM Notes and OneNote integration.
With the advance of office 365 into the corporate world, and the marketplace dominance of the iPhone, the two are bound to meet. Up until recently when faced with assisting business users with adding their office 365 email onto their iPhone, I would go through…
Working with clients who vacillate on choices of backup and disaster recovery is an interesting part of my job. Looking at automated onsite/offsite, manually managed solutions, file-level, image-level, desktop backups and other options.
Summer is around the corner and the deals on Microsoft licensing are heating up! With Microsoft’s fiscal year end quickly approaching there are several promotions available. If you are considering an investment in the Office 365 suite, Microsoft CRM, adding additional seats of either, or replacing older versions of Windows Server or SQL Server, now is the time.
Through May, 2015 – Microsoft has a great Microsoft CRM Online Promotion available – the Sales Productivity promotion. This offer combines Microsoft CRM, Office 365 and Power BI for a complete productivity solution that saves you money. This powerful combination gives sales professionals the leading productivity tools that…
Microsoft Office 365 is a far different animal than older Office suites. The cloud-based productivity solution offers the same programs as its predecessors but with plenty of extra applications that drive employee productivity and communication.