Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft CRM in the cloud’

TSG's Logo Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online – How Secure is Microsoft’s Cloud-Based CRM?

If you're starting to investigate CRM in the cloud, questions about security are probably quite high up on your list. After all, if you choose to implement a cloud-based CRM […]

Intelligent Technologies, Inc. 's Logo Demystifying the Cloud: More than an IT industry buzzword

Over the last couple of years, no single topic has gotten more press in the IT industry than has cloud computing. While there remains a debate as to whether or not this […]

Sikich Boston's Logo Can Microsoft Dynamics CRM Beat Oracle and

I don’t want to name names, but the rumors abound and “certain” nameless analysts and industry gurus are finally looking at Microsoft Dynamics CRM as a serious contender in the CRM […]

Rimrock Corporation 's Logo Top Picks from Convergence 2011 Session Catalog: Must-See Microsoft Dynamics CRM Sessions

I can’t believe Convergence is already here. It feels like we just rang in the New Year. I am very excited for the event this year and eager to learn […]

TSG's Logo Why is Being Able to Personalise Microsoft Dynamics CRM so Important?

Being able to set up the software the way you like it, and having it tailored to your role, is one of the key features of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. Users can personalise the areas they regularly work with in a whole variety of ways. So why is this important?

TSG's Logo Tips for Deploying Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online (and the Difference From On-Premise)

In the latest release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, there’s very little difference between Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online (the cloud-based version) and the on-premise version. So, what do you have to do differently if you’re implementing Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online as opposed to on-premise? Here are some tips and advice.

TSG's Logo Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Online – What's Happening in the UK

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online will be available in the UK in January 2011. This is the first time the cloud-based version of the product has been available in the UK direct from Microsoft. It will also be the latest version, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, and will mark the point that the product is officially taken out of the beta stage.

's Logo Study Shows 23% of Business Software Purchases Will Be in The Cloud by 2014

By 2014, approximately 34% of all new business software purchases will go toward software as a service (SaaS), according to a new IDC study. This increase in cloud-based software will […]

's Logo IDC Study Predicts Fewer Packaged Software Products Which Means Rise of Cloud Delivery for CRM

The International Data Corporation (IDC) recently released a study showing that the Software as a Service (SaaS) market hit worldwide revenue of $13.1 billion in 2009, and predicts that total […]

TSG's Logo Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 – A Closer Peek at the Details

Considering that Microsoft Dynamics CRM version 4.0, first released in 2007, has literally reshaped the CRM landscape, the impact of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, will be considerable. And as its release draws closer, we’re able to provide some more in-depth information and details of some of the features and functions this exciting new product will offer.


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