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Posts Tagged ‘SharePoint’

Microsoft Launches Lists, A New Smart Tracking Application — Formerly SharePoint Lists

  Your CRM system gives you a better way to manage your external business interactions and relationships. Everything you need to know about your customer interactions is readily available at any time. While your external processes may be organized, what about your internal processes? If you’ve found that your internal business processes are unorganized and […]

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The Retirement of SharePoint 2010 Could Destroy Your CRM Business Processes

How does SharePoint 2010 being discontinued going to effect your CRM system? Find out how one organization thought they were good to go but after running the Modernization Scanner we found 1000's of broken workflows.   If you've been using SharePoint 2010 to manage your CRM system, you might be in trouble. As you may […]

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Dynamics 365 Wave 1 2020 Highlights

Before We Start Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Microsoft has decided to move the Wave 1 2020 Dynamics 365 and Power Platform update roll-out from April to May. You can read the official blog post here: Our commitment to customers to help ensure business continuity Dynamics 365 - Wave 1 2020 Highlights This post […]

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What About Security between Dynamics 365 and SharePoint?

One of the leading CRM systems nowadays is Microsoft Dynamics 365. Together with SharePoint, it provides great document collaboration features, and many organizations around the world already use them as a duet. In this post, we will discuss how to ensure security settings synchronization between Dynamics 365 and SharePoint. It is going to be very […]

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How to Setup a Dynamics 365 integration with SharePoint

If you are looking for a CRM / SharePoint integration and the CRM you have is Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement, we have good news for you. Microsoft provides a native SharePoint integration in Dynamics 365. Many companies go ahead with it because getting it to work is pretty straightforward, and there are plenty of benefits. […]

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Dynamics 365 and SharePoint: 3 Ways to Replicate Permissions Structure

Recently, I’ve come across a post on Dynamics 365 and SharePoint integration. The story is from one CRM forum, and the writer was looking for a solution for permission structure in SharePoint. From the number of similar threads, many organizations are concerned with the same issue – missing synchronization of permissions and privileges between the […]

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Segurança de documentos – Dynamics 365 e SharePoint

Atualmente, um dos principais sistemas de CRM é o Microsoft Dynamics 365. No entanto, o espaço disponibilizado pelo Dynamics 365 para documentos não é suficiente para muitas empresas. Uma opção é usar a integração disponibilizada pela própria Microsoft e colocar os documentos no Microsoft SharePoint. Desta forma, as empresas usufruem ainda dos recursos de gestão […]

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Creating Software For D365 That Everyone Needs: Lessons Learned

If in 2014 someone had told us that we would create a program which governments and big corporations would buy without a second thought – do you think we would have believed? A young IT company from a small European country reaching this success – not impossible but very challenging.  Yet it happened. The solution […]

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Setting up D365 Sales and SharePoint Integration

Setting up the native SharePoint integration in Dynamics 365 can greatly benefit your organization. SharePoint allows users to store files, organize them, and provide ease of access to their colleagues. One of the biggest upsides of enabling this integration is that SharePoint offers much more storage space then D365 Sales, so you do not need […]

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Upload CRM Documents to SharePoint – Store by Document Types

The procedures and policies of how an organization stores documents uploaded from CRM to SharePoint vary between companies. Actually, the two most important parameters in storing documents in SharePoint are metadata and the folder structure where documents are stored. CRM out-of-box (OOB) integration with SharePoint provides mechanism to upload documents from Dynamics CRM to SharePoint […]

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