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Weathering the Storm: How to Protect Your Business Data with the Cloud

You’re watching the news when you see the meteorologist point out a small storm in the Atlantic Ocean. In the coming days, that swirling energy cell becomes a tropical storm, then a hurricane. Initially it looks like it won’t hit your area, but with each passing day, the storm’s path changes. Suddenly, your town is […]

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Disaster Recovery with Microsoft Azure: The Tools You Need to Protect Your Business

Your business’s IT systems show their vulnerabilities when faced with disaster. Business owners always wish they had a more robust and safeguarded IT system when it’s too late: after a natural disaster like an earthquake, hurricane, or flood, or a human-caused attack like a computer virus or hacking scandal, has already struck. Be proactive-- now […]

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Setting your Default Address List for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

In Microsoft Dynamics CRM, your contacts are moved by default into your Contacts address list in Outlook.  However, Outlook defaults to your Global Address list, which means you do not automatically see your CRM contacts in Outlook.  In this article, we will assist you with updating your default address list. To set your default address […]

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Looking Back At Microsoft Dynamics & CRM in 2016

Wow! What an amazing year of change and growth in the world of Microsoft Dynamics and CRM. Here is our pick of the most significant events in 2016 from our view in the UK. CRM 2016 Back in January, early adopters were deploying Microsoft Dynamics 2016. Some of the notable updates in this latest version included: New mobile […]

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the CRM Customer

There is no better time to be a Microsoft Dynamics customer than right now. You may have heard by now that Microsoft took the wraps off their new Microsoft Dynamics 365 initiative. No more Dynamics CRM, it is now Microsoft Dynamics 365. With all the hype (deserved, I think) and additional functionality of Dynamics 365, […]

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The Hidden Truth about CRM Data Import Files

There is no denying that when working with importable data in CRM, data integrity is of the highest importance. Microsoft has gone a long way to help make importable templates much more manageable and safe for end users.  They have added a number of user friendly measures, such as tool tips that tell you the […]

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