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How to Integrate Microsoft Teams and Office 365 Groups with Active Directory Groups

As a Microsoft Office 365 user, one of the most valuable 365 features available to you is Groups. In fact, Office 365 Groups allow your organization to set up Microsoft Teams that correspond to departmental divisions: marketing, administration, sales, product development, etc. The Teams feature lets the individuals in a particular team communicate quickly and […]

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Microsoft Announces Continued Support for Outlook Add-In

In June 2017 Microsoft announced that the Outlook add-in for Dynamics 365 would be deprecated and would be replaced by the Dynamics 365 app for Outlook. This meant that the Outlook add-in would be supported in its current state but also would be removed from Dynamics 365 version 10 (next major release). Recently Microsoft announced […]

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Les trois points-clés à retenir de la conférence Directions North America 2017

La conférence Directions North America a fait couler beaucoup d’encre depuis qu’elle a eu lieu du 17 au 20 septembre dernier à l’hôtel JW Marriott à Orlando en Floride. Les nouvelles concernant le futur de la solution Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Edition, dont la sortie était prévue à l’automne, ont notamment beaucoup fait réagir. Cependant, […]

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The Three Main Takeaways from Directions North America 2017

The Directions North America conference caused a lot of stir since it took place from September 17 to 20 at the JW Marriott Hotel in Orlando, FL. News regarding the future of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Edition, which was slated for launch this fall, were received with surprise on the part of the crowd. However, […]

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Edition Update

Last week Microsoft announced that the Dynamics 365 Business Edition would not be released (not with the name “Business Edition”) In a post on 9/22 Microsoft’s Alysa Taylor laid out the plans for Dynamics 365. To “further simplify” Dynamics 365 offerings and “increase ease of selection” Microsoft will offer a single collection of Dynamics 365 […]

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Les 3 nouvelles fonctionnalités de Microsoft Dynamics 365 que nous attendions le plus

Microsoft a récemment rendu disponible sa dernière mise à jour pour Microsoft Dynamics 365, laquelle ajoute plusieurs nouvelles fonctionnalités et améliorations à celles déjà existantes. De nouvelles applications sont également maintenant disponibles pour amener vos affaires toujours plus loin. Nous avons récemment écrit au sujet de Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Talent, une application spécifiquement conçue […]

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3 New Microsoft Dynamics 365 Features We’re Excited About

Microsoft has recently made available its latest update for Microsoft Dynamics 365, which comes with a host of new features and enhancements. Many improvements and functionalities have been added to existing features, while new applications have also been made available to take your business even further. While we’ve recently written about Microsoft Dynamics 365 for […]

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Microsoft vs. Salesforce – There is a new leader

In the Microsoft vs Salesforce war, there is a new leader. I have been in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM/365 space for over 14 years. Ever since I can remember Salesforce led most analysts’ reports on CRM/Sales Force Automation. There are a few key reasons why: Salesforce.com was launched in 1999, Microsoft released Dynamics CRM in […]

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Just do it – Setup Multi Factor Authentication with Microsoft Office 365 & Dynamics CRM/365

Security is on everyone’s mind and has been for quite some time. I can think of no other top of mind security concern than securing data in Office 365 and CRM. The "standard" level of security with Office 365 & Dynamics CRM/365 is a just a password. Passwords can be guessed, hacked, shared unintentionally putting […]

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2 Ways User Acceptance Testing Can Lower Microsoft Dynamics 365 Development Costs

Are you ready to kick the tires on Dynamics 365? When we are working on a Microsoft Dynamics 365 (formerly Dynamics CRM) development project we will release it, in intervals, to a staging environment. This allows you as the customer to “kick the tires” and validate that what we have delivered is what you expected. […]

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